[Senate Report 116-103]
[From the U.S. Government Publishing Office]


                                                       Calendar No. 205
                                                       
116th Congress  }                                          {  Report
                                 SENATE
 1st Session    }                                          {  116-103

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            DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2020

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               September 12, 2019.--Ordered to be printed

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

                                 REPORT

                         [To accompany S. 2474]

    The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 2474) 
making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2020, and for other purposes, 
reports favorably thereon and recommends that the bill do pass.


 
New obligational authority

Total of bill as reported to the Senate.................$687,546,478,000
Amount of 2019 appropriations........................... 668,515,759,000
Amount of 2020 budget estimate.......................... 690,617,564,000
Bill as recommended to Senate compared to--
    2019 appropriations................................. +19,030,719,000
    2020 budget estimate................................  -3,071,086,000




                                CONTENTS

                              ----------                              
Background:
                                                                   Page
    Purpose of the Bill..........................................     5
    Hearings.....................................................     5
    Summary of the Bill..........................................     5
    Committee Recommendations....................................     5
    Classified Program Adjustments...............................     6
    Budget Justification Materials for Special Access Programs...     6
    Definition of Program, Project and Activity..................     6
    Reprogramming Guidance.......................................     7
    Funding Increases............................................     7
    Congressional Special Interest Items.........................     8
    Recommendations to Enhance the Congressional Review Process..     8
    Civilian Pay Increase........................................     9
    Committee Initiatives........................................     9
    Night Court..................................................    10
    Providing Acquisition Documents and Program Transparency.....    12
    Army Acquisition Roles and Responsibilities..................    12
    Air Force Strategic Budgeting................................    13
    Fifth Generation Wireless....................................    13
    Missile Defense Agency.......................................    14
    Joint Strike Fighter.........................................    17
    F-15EX.......................................................    18
    EC-37B Compass Call..........................................    19
    Readiness....................................................    19
    Political Activity by Members of the Armed Forces............    20
Title I:
    Military Personnel:
        Reprogramming Guidance for Military Personnel Accounts...    22
        Military Personnel Special Interest Items................    22
        Military Personnel Overview..............................    23
        Military Personnel, Army.................................    24
        Military Personnel, Navy.................................    25
        Military Personnel, Marine Corps.........................    26
        Military Personnel, Air Force............................    29
        Reserve Personnel, Army..................................    31
        Reserve Personnel, Navy..................................    32
        Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..........................    32
        Reserve Personnel, Air Force.............................    33
        National Guard Personnel, Army...........................    34
        National Guard Personnel, Air Force......................    34
Title II:
    Operation and Maintenance:
        Operation and Maintenance, Army..........................    42
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy..........................    46
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps..................    51
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.....................    52
        Operation and Maintenance, Space Force...................    55
        Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide..................    57
        Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve..................    62
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve..................    63
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..........    64
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.............    65
        Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...........    66
        Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard............    69
        U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces...............    71
        Environmental Restoration, Army..........................    71
        Environmental Restoration, Navy..........................    71
        Environmental Restoration, Air Force.....................    71
        Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide..................    71
        Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites...    71
        Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid...........    72
        Cooperative Threat Reduction Account.....................    72
    Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund.    72
Title III:
    Procurement:
        Aircraft Procurement, Army...............................    77
        Missile Procurement, Army................................    80
        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.    84
        Procurement of Ammunition, Army..........................    88
        Other Procurement, Army..................................    92
        Aircraft Procurement, Navy...............................   103
        Weapons Procurement, Navy................................   108
        Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.........   113
        Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy........................   117
        Other Procurement, Navy..................................   122
        Procurement, Marine Corps................................   131
        Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..........................   135
        Missile Procurement, Air Force...........................   143
        Space Procurement, Air Force.............................   147
        Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.....................   149
        Other Procurement, Air Force.............................   151
        Procurement, Defense-Wide................................   155
        Defense Production Act Purchases.........................   160
        Joint Urgent Operational Needs Fund......................   163
Title IV:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army.........   167
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.........   180
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force....   202
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide.   216
        Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense.................   229
Title V:
    Revolving and Management Funds:
        Defense Working Capital Funds............................   230
Title VI:
    Other Department of Defense Programs:
        Defense Health Program...................................   232
        Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Defense.......   242
        Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense...   244
        Office of the Inspector General..........................   245
Title VII:
    Related Agencies:
        Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability 
          System 
          Fund...................................................   246
        Intelligence Community Management Account................   246
Title VIII: General Provisions...................................   247
Title IX: Overseas Contingency Operations/Global War on 
  Terrorism:
    Department of Defense--Military..............................   255
    Military Personnel:
        Military Personnel, Army.................................   256
        Military Personnel, Navy.................................   257
        Military Personnel, Marine Corps.........................   258
        Military Personnel, Air Force............................   259
        Reserve Personnel, Army..................................   260
        Reserve Personnel, Navy..................................   260
        Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..........................   261
        Reserve Personnel, Air Force.............................   261
        National Guard Personnel, Army...........................   261
        National Guard Personnel, Air Force......................   262
    Operation and Maintenance:
        Operation and Maintenance, Army..........................   262
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy..........................   263
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps..................   264
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.....................   265
        Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide..................   266
        Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve..................   268
        Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve..................   268
        Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..........   269
        Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.............   269
        Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...........   270
        Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard............   270
        Afghanistan Security Forces Fund.........................   271
    Procurement:
        Aircraft Procurement, Army...............................   275
        Missile Procurement, Army................................   275
        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.   276
        Procurement of Ammunition, Army..........................   277
        Other Procurement, Army..................................   278
        Aircraft Procurement, Navy...............................   280
        Weapons Procurement, Navy................................   280
        Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.........   282
        Other Procurement, Navy..................................   283
        Procurement, Marine Corps................................   283
        Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..........................   284
        Missile Procurement, Air Force...........................   284
        Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.....................   285
        Other Procurement, Air Force.............................   285
        Procurement, Defense-Wide................................   286
        National Guard and Reserve Equipment.....................   287
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army.........   288
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.........   288
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force....   289
        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide.   289
    Revolving and Management Funds: Defense Working Capital Funds   290
    Other Department of Defense Programs:
        Defense Health Program...................................   290
        Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense...   291
        Office of the Inspector General..........................   291
        General Provisions--This Title...........................   292
Title X: Additional Appropriations for Disaster Relief...........   294
    General Provision--This Title................................   294
Compliance With Paragraph 7, Rule XVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the 
  Senate.........................................................   295
Compliance With Paragraph 7(c), Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................   297
Compliance With Paragraph 12, Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................   297
Budgetary Impact of Bill.........................................   298
Comparative Statement of New Budget Authority....................   299

                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    This bill makes appropriations for the military functions 
of the Department of Defense for the period October 1, 2019, 
through September 30, 2020. Functional areas include the pay, 
allowances, and support of military personnel, operation and 
maintenance of the forces, procurement of equipment and 
systems, and research, development, test and evaluation. 
Appropriations for foreign military assistance, military 
construction, family housing, nuclear weapons programs, and 
civil defense are provided in other bills.

                                Hearings

    The Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense began hearings 
on March 13, 2019, and concluded them on June 5, 2019, after 
nine separate sessions. The subcommittee heard testimony from 
representatives of the Department of Defense and the 
Intelligence Community.

                          Summary of the Bill

    The Committee recommendation of $687,546,478,000 includes 
funding to develop, maintain, and equip the military forces of 
the United States and for other purposes, including 
$70,665,000,000 in overseas contingency operations, 
$1,710,245,000 in emergency funding and $514,000,000 in 
mandatory spending.
    The fiscal year 2020 budget request for activities funded 
in the Department of Defense appropriations bill totals 
$690,617,564,000 in new budget authority, including 
$163,980,474,000 in overseas contingency operations funding, 
and $514,000,000 in mandatory spending.
    In fiscal year 2019, the Congress appropriated 
$667,319,910,000 for activities funded in this bill. This 
amount includes $599,405,910,000 in base appropriations and 
$67,914,000,000 in overseas contingency operations 
appropriations provided in Public Law 115-245. Additionally, 
Congress appropriated $1,195,849,000 in emergency 
appropriations for fiscal year 2019 in Public Laws 116-20 and 
116-26. The Committee recommends that funds requested for Coast 
Guard overseas contingency operations be appropriated directly 
to the Department of Homeland Security.
    The Committee recommendation in this bill is 
$19,030,719,000 above the amount provided in fiscal year 2019 
and $3,071,086,000 below the amount requested for fiscal year 
2020.

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The following table displays the recommendations for each 
title:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                            Fiscal year 2019  Fiscal year 2020      Committee
                                                                 enacted          estimate       recommendation
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Title I--Military Personnel...............................       138,537,041       143,476,503       142,983,813
Title II--Operation and Maintenance.......................       193,682,875       123,944,614       200,610,130
Title III Procurement.....................................       135,362,619       118,923,130       132,837,153
Title IV--Research, development, test and evaluation......        94,896,708       102,647,545       104,282,139
Title V--Revolving and management funds...................         1,641,115         1,426,211         1,580,211
Title VI--Other Department of Defense Programs............        36,212,133        35,147,087        35,728,689
Title VII--Related Agencies...............................         1,036,424         1,072,000         1,053,400
Title VIII--General provisions (net)......................        -1,963,005  ................        -3,904,302
Title IX--Overseas Contingency Operations.................        67,914,000       163,980,474        70,665,000
Title X--Additional Appropriations for Disaster Relief....  ................  ................         1,710,245
Additional Supplemental Appropriations for Disaster Relief         1,051,000  ................  ................
 Act, 2019 (Public Law 116-20)............................
Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Humanitarian               144,849  ................  ................
 Assistance and Security at the Southern Border Act, 2019
 (Public Law 116-26)......................................
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
      Net grand total.....................................       668,515,759       690,617,564       687,546,478
                                                           =====================================================
      Total mandatory and discretionary (incl.                   676,092,849       698,476,379       695,405,293
       scorekeeping adjustments)..........................
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    The Committee has displayed recommended adjustments in 
tables presented under each appropriation account.
    These adjustments reflect the following Committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative, or not supported by firm requirements in 
out-year development or procurement appropriations; deletion of 
excess funds based on program delays or slow execution; 
addition of funds to reflect congressional priorities and to 
rectify shortfalls in the budget estimate; and implementation 
of recommendations in the National Defense Authorization Act 
for Fiscal Year 2020.

                     CLASSIFIED PROGRAM ADJUSTMENTS

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

       BUDGET JUSTIFICATION MATERIALS FOR SPECIAL ACCESS PROGRAMS

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

              Definition of Program, Project and Activity

    For the purposes of the Balanced Budget and Emergency 
Deficit Control Act of 1985 (Public Law 99-177), as amended by 
the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Reaffirmation 
Act of 1987 (Public Law 100-119), and by the Budget Enforcement 
Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-508), the terms ``program, project, 
and activity'' for appropriations contained in this act shall 
be defined as the most specific level of budget items 
identified in the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 
2020, the related classified annexes and Committee reports, and 
P-1 and R-1 budget justification documents as subsequently 
modified by congressional action.
    The following exception to the above definition shall 
apply: the military personnel and the operation and maintenance 
accounts, for which the term ``program, project, and activity'' 
is defined as the appropriations accounts contained in the 
Department of Defense Appropriations Act.
    At the time the President submits the budget request for 
fiscal year 2021, the Secretary of Defense is directed to 
transmit to the congressional defense committees budget 
justification documents to be known as the ``M-1'' and ``O-1'' 
which shall identify, at the budget activity, activity group, 
and sub-activity group level, the amounts requested by the 
President to be appropriated to the Department of Defense for 
military personnel and operation and maintenance in any budget 
request, or amended budget request, for fiscal year 2021.

                         Reprogramming Guidance

    The Secretary of Defense is directed to continue to follow 
the reprogramming guidance for acquisition accounts as 
specified in the report accompanying the House version of the 
Department of Defense appropriations bill for fiscal year 2008 
(House Report 110-279). The dollar threshold for reprogramming 
funds shall remain at $10,000,000 for military personnel; 
$15,000,000 for operation and maintenance; $20,000,000 for 
procurement; and $10,000,000 for research, development, test 
and evaluation.
    Also, the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) is 
directed to continue to provide the congressional defense 
committees annual DD Form 1416 reports for titles I and II and 
quarterly, spreadsheet-based DD Form 1416 reports for service 
and defense-wide accounts in titles III and IV of this act. 
Reports for titles III and IV shall comply with guidance 
specified in the explanatory statement accompanying the 
Department of Defense Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2006. 
The Department shall continue to follow the limitation that 
prior approval reprogrammings are set at either the specified 
dollar threshold or 20 percent of the procurement or research, 
development, test and evaluation line, whichever is less. These 
thresholds are cumulative from the base for reprogramming value 
as modified by any adjustments. Therefore, if the combined 
value of transfers into or out of a military personnel (M-1), 
an operation and maintenance (O-1), a procurement (P-1), or a 
research, development, test and evaluation (R-1) line exceeds 
the identified threshold, the Secretary of Defense must submit 
a prior approval reprogramming to the congressional defense 
committees. In addition, guidelines on the application of prior 
approval reprogramming procedures for congressional special 
interest items are established elsewhere in this report.

                           Funding Increases

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

                  Congressional Special Interest Items

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

      Recommendations to Enhance the Congressional Review Process

    The foundation of the congressional budget review process 
is the budget justification materials provided by the 
Department of Defense. Therefore, it is imperative that the 
materials are accurate and informative. Although the majority 
of the budget volumes and exhibits are sufficient, the 
Committee is concerned about particular gaps that prohibit 
adequate congressional oversight. To further inform the 
congressional review, the Committee directs the following 
actions for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense 
(Comptroller) [OUSD(C)]:
  --Improve the coordination among all stakeholders for 
        crosscutting budgetary issues. These crosscutting 
        issues include, but are not limited to, the Information 
        Technology budget, the European Deterrence Initiative, 
        Joint Urgent Operational Needs [JUONs], and audit 
        costs. These types of budget topics cross multiple 
        appropriations and while some are addressed in the 
        budget justification, some data is only provided via 
        question and answer between the Committee and the 
        services and defense agencies. As an example, OUSD(C) 
        provided to the Committee (upon request) a helpful 
        summary of all JUONs included in the fiscal year 2020 
        President's budget request. However, the Committee 
        found inconsistencies in the data when compared to the 
        service justification materials, which caused confusion 
        and doubt in the validity of the estimates. Improving 
        the coordination between OUSD(C) and the services with 
        regard to high interest, crosscutting issues should 
        reduce these inconsistencies.
  --Refine OUSD(C)'s role in the development of estimates for 
        supplemental appropriations for emergencies or other 
        emergent requirements. The military services are eager 
        to inform the Committee about damage estimates or other 
        emergent requirements as they became available, 
        however, the services have historically been hesitant 
        to provide such information without OUSD(C)'s approval 
        first. The Committee notes that in 2018, hurricanes 
        Florence and Michael devastated a significant number of 
        Department of Defense facilities. While the affected 
        military services provided timely damage estimates, 
        those coming from OUSD(C) were delayed and, in some 
        cases, conflicted with the information previously 
        provided by the services. Additionally, the Committee 
        received conflicting cost estimates for the amounts 
        needed to support border operations. The OUSD(C) used a 
        cost model to formulate budget requests for border 
        support contradicting estimates from the military 
        services charged with executing the mission. In both of 
        these instances, the Committee found the data provided 
        by the military services more accurate, timely, and 
        informative. The Committee appreciates OUSD(C)'s desire 
        to coordinate the transmission of such data; however, 
        it is important that the Committee maintain 
        communication with the services. Therefore, the 
        OUSD(C)'s guidance shall not restrict the services' 
        ability to provide information directly to the 
        Committee through any point in the process. Clarifying 
        OUSD(C)'s processes and procedures for providing such 
        information to the Committee should benefit all 
        stakeholders.
  --Reduce the time it takes to respond to congressional 
        inquiries about the budget request. The responses to 
        questions for the defense agencies on their operation 
        and maintenance requests have historically taken an 
        inordinate amount of time. During this cycle, nearly 
        one-third of the responses were received by the 
        Committee up to six weeks after the questions were 
        sent. In another case, the Committee requested the 
        Fiscal Year 2020 Working Capital Fund Rate guidance 
        that was used to formulate the budget request, yet 
        OUSD(C) refused to provide it. Timely responses allow 
        for a smoother budget review and better inform 
        Committee recommendations.
  --Include appropriation and line item detail in Table 3 of 
        the European Deterrence Initiative justification book.
  --Establish a standard process for submitting responses to 
        recurring requests for additional information regarding 
        the annual budget submission, including, but not 
        limited to, information regarding proposed changes to 
        general provisions; documents detailing the assumptions 
        of budget estimates, such as inflation guidance; and 
        accurate documentation in support of executed Rapid 
        Acquisition Authority.

                         Civilian Pay Increase

    The Committee notes that the President's fiscal year 2020 
budget request called for a civilian pay freeze while including 
a 3.1 percent pay increase for the military, the largest in 10 
years. However, on August 30, 2019, the President transmitted 
an alternative plan for pay adjustments that called for a 2.6 
percent across-the-board increase for civilian pay in January 
of 2020. The Committee supports the alternative pay plan and is 
evaluating the impact to the Department of Defense. In order to 
inform this assessment, the Committee directs the Secretary of 
Defense to provide the estimated cost of a 2.6 percent pay 
increase for calendar year 2020 by appropriation account to the 
House and Senate Appropriations Committees not later than 
September 30, 2019.

                         Committee Initiatives

    The Committee recognizes the importance of continuing to 
invest in the priorities outlined in the 2018 National Defense 
Strategy and has made important investments to maintain and 
modernize our forces and our capabilities. We must ensure that 
our Nation has a competitive approach to force development and 
a consistent, multiyear investment that restores warfighting 
readiness and integrates cutting edge technology. Today's 
security environment is affected by rapid technological 
advancements, expanding to more actors with lower barriers of 
entry, and moving at accelerating speed, all of which are 
changing the character of war. In order to maintain overmatch 
against adversaries across the domain spectrum, the Committee 
recommends additional investments in areas such as basic 
research, hypersonics, 5G, artificial intelligence, missile 
defense, cybersecurity, and complimentary aspects including 
test and evaluation infrastructure. The drive to develop new 
technologies is relentless and we must not fall behind; 
however, the development of new technologies is not enough, we 
must also ensure that they are fielded. To that end, the 
Committee has prioritized the importance of accelerating the 
transition of technologies and capabilities from concept to 
production. Rather than spending decades in development we must 
seek to more quickly deploy these innovations to benefit the 
warfighter. The Committee notes that the Department's 
technological advantage depends on a healthy and secure 
national security innovation base and as such recommends 
additional investments in the defense industrial base as well 
as manufacturing communities across the country.
    The Committee expects that the Department will sustain and 
support continued investments in these areas in the fiscal year 
2021 President's budget request. Additionally, the Committee 
directs the Secretary of Defense to provide a spend plan for 
execution of the additional fiscal year 2020 resources provided 
for committee initiatives not later than 60 days following 
enactment of this act.
    Finally, the Committee directs that funds for these 
initiatives are to be competitively awarded or provided to 
programs that have received competitive awards in the past.

                              Night Court

    The Committee notes that in advance of the President's 
fiscal year 2020 budget request, the Department of the Army 
undertook a bottom-up review of all programs, projects and 
activities in an effort to identify and realign $25,000,000,000 
to resource the Army's top modernization priorities over the 
Future Years Defense Program [FYDP]. By the Army's own 
estimate, the final adjustments exceeded $31,000,000,000 of 
realignments to support and fully fund the 31 Army program 
priorities under the purview of the Army Futures Command and 
supporting Cross-Functional Teams [CFTs]. This included the 
realignment of $15,047,944,000 from legacy or underperforming 
acquisition programs identified to the congressional defense 
committees in a consolidated list of 93 program eliminations 
and 93 program truncations.
    The Committee further notes that since fiscal year 2018, 
the Army has repeatedly engaged the congressional defense 
committees through requests for fiscal realignments after the 
budget submissions, requests to resource unfunded requirements 
outside of the traditional budget cycle, and reprogramming 
actions during the year of execution for new start CFT 
priorities. Prior to passage of the Consolidated Appropriations 
Act, 2018 (Public Law 115-141), but after the House Committee 
on Appropriations marked up the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act, 2018 (H.R. 3219), the Army submitted a 
request to the Senate Committee on Appropriations to realign 
resources for a new network modernization strategy by 
truncating and cancelling existing network programs. Then, 
during execution of fiscal year 2018 resources, the Army 
submitted multiple reprogramming requests to stand-up or 
accelerate CFT programs, including the Enhanced Night Vision 
Goggle--Binocular, Synthetic Training Environment, Heads Up 
Display 3.0 (now Integrated Visual Augmentation System), 
Maneuver-Short Range Air Defense, Next Generation Combat 
Vehicle, Next Generation Squad Weapon, Deep Strike Cannon 
Artillery System and Future Vertical Lift. After the submission 
of the fiscal year 2019 President's budget request, the Army 
submitted a request to realign its Science and Technology 
resources; and additional reprogramming actions for CFT 
priorities were submitted during the year of execution.
    The Committee recognizes the need for modernization and 
practical disconnects between budget cycles and strategy 
changes requiring flexible resourcing authorities. The 
Committee also recognizes the benefits of conducting a bottom-
up review of legacy programs identifying areas ripe for 
efficiency, consolidation, or elimination. However, the 
Committee is concerned with continued program reviews in fiscal 
year 2021 targeting a reported $10,000,000,000 for realignment 
into CFT priorities. This represents a clear disconnect between 
Army messaging with the fiscal year 2020 President's budget 
request that the Army's priorities were fully funded in the 
fiscal year 2020 FYDP. Of additional concern are indications 
that the Office of the Secretary of Defense [OSD] is 
undertaking a similar process for review of defense agencies 
and activities in preparation for the fiscal year 2021 
President's budget submission.
    Continued, wide-ranging truncation or elimination of 
programs without notification to the congressional defense 
committees in advance of the subsequent budget submission leads 
to inefficiencies and misappropriation of resources in the 
current budget request being considered. In many cases, the 
congressional defense committees were required to authorize 
programs and appropriate resources within the fiscal year 2019 
defense bills for programs that had already been eliminated or 
truncated within the Department's subsequent Program Objective 
Memorandum and budget review cycles. With the continued, senior 
level reviews for the Army and the Office of the Secretary of 
Defense, the Committee is in a position to again appropriate 
resources to programs that will be truncated or eliminated in 
the fiscal year 2021 budget request.
    Therefore, the Committee directs the Secretary of the Army 
and the Secretary of Defense to provide documentation to the 
congressional defense committees concurrent with the fiscal 
year 2021 President's budget request that highlights all 
program truncations or eliminations resulting from senior level 
``Night Courts''. This document shall maintain the format of 
the Army's list of fiscal year 2020 program eliminations and 
truncations. Further, the Committee directs that for each 
program eliminated or truncated, to include those in the 
operation and maintenance accounts, the Secretary of the Army 
and the Secretary of Defense will submit spend plans for all 
fiscal year 2020 appropriations allocated to those programs. 
The spend plans shall also include narrative justification 
explaining the necessity of prior year funding still available 
for obligation given the fiscal year 2021 funding levels and a 
timeline within the Department highlighting at what point 
decisions were made to truncate or eliminate each program.

      Providing of Acquisition Documents and Program Transparency

    The Committee is dismayed with the Army's lack of 
transparency and reluctance to provide the Committee access to 
common acquisition documents, to include acquisition decision 
memoranda, acquisition strategies, and Simplified Acquisition 
Management Plans, during its budget and program reviews. The 
Committee requested several standard acquisition documents 
which are critical in tracking the status of programs in 
relation to the previously submitted budget request and 
justification documents during its review of the fiscal year 
2020 budget request and was repeatedly met with resistance from 
the Army.
    The Committee understands that budget requests are 
formulated well in advance of their submission to Congress and 
that fact-of-life changes require up-to-date briefings and 
ongoing dialogue in order for the Committee to provide 
appropriate resources for dynamic programs. Additionally, the 
Committee is supportive of the desire to reform and streamline 
the acquisition process; however, such reforms should be 
transparent to Congress. In prior fiscal years the 
aforementioned documents were freely shared, which facilitated 
a more transparent and productive budget and program review. 
The Committee urges the Army to review its current practices 
with an eye towards returning to the constructive information 
exchange of prior years. Such review should include the 
consideration of all relevant authorities, policies and 
procedures regarding the Committee's access to documentation. 
The Secretary of the Army shall provide a briefing to the 
Committee on the findings of the review not later than 30 days 
after enactment of this act.

              Army Acquisition Roles and Responsibilities

    The Committee has supported efforts by the Army to address 
modernization shortfalls and deliver critically needed 
capabilities to the warfighter through establishment of Cross-
Functional Teams [CFTs] and ultimately the stand-up of Army 
Futures Command [AFC]. However, questions remain on the roles 
and responsibilities of AFC and the Assistant Secretary of the 
Army (Acquisition, Logistics & Technology) [ASA(ALT)]. As an 
example, the Committee recently learned of a newly created 
Science Advisor position within AFC, which seems to be 
duplicative of the longstanding role of the Deputy Assistant 
Secretary of the Army for Research and Technology. 
Additionally, the Committee was concerned to learn that funding 
decisions on investment accounts, to include science and 
technology programs, would be directed by AFC rather than 
ASA(ALT).
    While the Committee supports AFC's role in establishing 
requirements and synchronizing program development across the 
Army, it affirms that ASA(ALT) has a statutory role in the 
planning and resourcing of acquisition programs. The ASA(ALT) 
should maintain a substantive impact on the Army's long-range 
investments, not just serve as a final approval authority. 
Therefore, the Committee directs the Secretary of the Army to 
provide a report that outlines the roles, responsibilities, and 
relationships between ASA(ALT) and AFC to the congressional 
defense committees not later than 90 days after enactment of 
this act. The report shall include a clear description of the 
responsibilities of each organization throughout the phases of 
the planning, programming, budgeting, and execution of 
resources.

                     AIR FORCE STRATEGIC BUDGETING

    The Committee is concerned with the Air Force's fiscal year 
2020 future years defense program and recent strategic 
budgeting decisions. The last 3 years of record investment 
funding levels for the Department should have afforded the Air 
Force the opportunity to make responsible and deliberate 
strategic budgeting decisions as well as plan for the prospect 
of a top-line leveling or downturn. Instead, the Air Force has 
reversed acquisition strategies on key investment programs, 
divested or insufficiently funded key capabilities in the out-
years, and failed to transition some critical technologies to 
programs of record.
    While the Committee recognizes the uncertainty caused by 
the threat of sequestration and Defense budget caps in recent 
years, it also notes that recent budget requests have far 
exceeded these budget caps, insulating the Air Force from 
making difficult choices. The Committee fears that the lack of 
strategic budgeting decisions, which can be delayed in the 
current budget environment, could have a detrimental impact on 
the effectiveness of the Air Force in the future budget 
environment. Therefore, the Committee directs Air Force 
leadership, to include the Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff for 
Plans and Programs, to brief the congressional defense 
committees not later than 30 days after the release of the 
fiscal year 2021 President's budget request on its strategic 
budgeting decisions, to include a classified component, as well 
as changes to key investment programs, divestments, and out-
year funding disconnects.

                       FIFTH GENERATION WIRELESS

    Fifth Generation wireless [5G] is anticipated to produce 
dramatic improvements in data speed, volume and latency that 
have the potential to enable transformational technologies that 
will both revolutionize and challenge Department of Defense 
processes and operations.
    An April 2019 Defense Innovation Board [DIB] report noted 
that 5G ecosystems of technology can revolutionize Department 
operations, networks, and information processes by allowing 
volumes of data to be shared in close time across 
geographically dispersed systems. In particular, 5G has the 
potential to provide the Department expanded network 
capabilities that will enable new technologies like hypersonic 
weapons and hypersonic defenses to be deployed.
    This new 5G technology also presents serious risks if the 
U.S. does not lead the field in 5G infrastructure and systems 
and instead must rely on foreign components embedded throughout 
the 5G network. The DIB report also cautioned that while the 
United States continues to pursue investments in the mmWave 
spectrum to support 5G technology, the rest of the world, led 
by China, is focused on building out sub-6 spectrum 
infrastructure. The report noted that the Department will have 
to develop spectrum strategies, including whether and how to 
share sub-6 spectrum currently used by the Department while 
ensuring spectrum security and performance, and how to operate 
on the sub-6 infrastructure developed by China and expected to 
be used by the much of rest of the world. In this scenario, 
which the DIB viewed as likely, the Department will need 
significant investment in system security and resiliency to 
enable operations on a network infrastructure that will be 
highly vulnerable to cyber-attack.
    The Committee believes there is an urgency to addressing 
these issues and supports the Department's efforts to prepare 
for this changing landscape through its Next Generation 
Information Communications Technology [5G-XG] program. The 
program seeks to harness emerging information communications 
technologies to enhance military capabilities and potentially 
accelerate U.S. deployment of new commercial products and 
services enabled by 5G networks. Accordingly, the Committee 
recommends an increase of $436,000,000 in Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide for the 5G-XG 
program. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to 
provide a spend plan for the funding prior to obligation of 
fiscal year 2020 funds and, not later than 60 days after the 
enactment of this act, to report to the congressional defense 
committees on how it is addressing the DIB recommendations.

                         MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY

    Missile Defense Agency Priorities, Unfunded Requirements 
and Budget.--The fiscal year 2020 President's budget request 
for the Missile Defense Agency [MDA] is $9,385,907,000 
(excluding appropriations for Military Construction), a 
decrease of $919,667,000 from amounts enacted for fiscal year 
2019. Further, with submission of the fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request, the Director, MDA, submitted to the 
congressional defense committees a list of unfunded priorities 
for fiscal year 2020 totaling in excess of $1,900,000,000. The 
Committee recommends $10,537,895,000 for MDA activities in this 
bill in fiscal year 2020, including $635,136,000 for unfunded 
requirements; $692,000,000 for additional MDA unfunded 
requirements identified subsequent to the budget submission; a 
realignment of $728,000,000 following the termination of the 
Redesigned Kill Vehicle program, as addressed elsewhere in this 
report; as well as funding for additional MDA priorities.
    The Committee is concerned by the apparent disconnect among 
the 2018 National Defense Strategy, the 2019 Missile Defense 
Review and the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request for 
MDA. Further, the Committee notes that acquisition strategies 
and cost estimates for several programs identified as MDA 
priorities, to include the Hypersonic and Ballistic Tracking 
Space Sensor, laser demonstration and scaling programs, and 
advanced discrimination efforts have changed from the previous 
year, despite full funding provided for these efforts in the 
Department of Defense Appropriations Acts for fiscal years 2018 
and 2019. The Committee expects greater programmatic and fiscal 
alignment consistent with the aforementioned documents among 
the Director, MDA; the Under Secretary of Defense (Research and 
Engineering); the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and 
Sustainment); the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller); the 
Director, Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation; and the 
Director, Office of Management and Budget in future budget 
submissions.
    Missile Defense Agency Workforce.--The Committee notes that 
with the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request, the 
Missile Defense Agency is proposing to reduce its civilian 
Full-Time Equivalent [FTE] target by 4.17 percent from fiscal 
year 2019. The Committee further notes that if approved, this 
would represent a 8.58 percent reduction to MDA's civilian FTEs 
since fiscal year 2017, while MDA's overall budget has 
increased by over 30 percent since that time. Additionally, MDA 
has proposed a reduction of 5.6 percent to its military 
authorizations since fiscal year 2017, to include the 
elimination of the position of the Deputy Director, MDA. 
Further, the Committee notes that the Director, MDA, submitted 
with the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request a list of 
unfunded requirements with estimated costs in excess of 
$8,000,000,000 over the next 5 years and requires additional 
civilian FTE to manage and oversee; as well as proposed a 
realignment of over $12,000,000,000 in current budget plans for 
development of a Next Generation Interceptor for Ground-based 
Midcourse Defense.
    The Committee is concerned by the apparent disconnect 
between MDA's workforce and mission requirements. Therefore, 
the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Sustainment) in 
coordination with the Director, MDA, is directed to submit to 
the congressional defense committees, no later than with the 
fiscal year 2021 President's budget request, an assessment on 
MDA's current and required workforce size, qualifications and 
makeup to address MDA requirements.
    Hypersonic and Ballistic Tracking Space Sensor.--The fiscal 
year 2020 President's budget request includes no funds to 
continue the development of a Hypersonic and Ballistic Tracking 
Space Sensor [HBTSS], previously named the Space Sensor Layer 
[SSL] program. The Committee notes that $14,000,000 was 
requested and appropriated for SSL in fiscal year 2018, and 
$73,000,000 was appropriated for SSL in fiscal year 2019, 
consistent with the fiscal year 2019 unfunded requirement for 
SSL identified by the Director, Missile Defense Agency. For 
fiscal year 2020, the Director, MDA, has identified a HBTSS 
unfunded requirement of $108,000,000 to continue development of 
on-orbit testbeds. The Committee understands that these on-
orbit testbeds will demonstrate a capability to detect and 
track emerging threats and conventional ballistic missiles, 
support missile warning and missile defense, and support the 
overhead persistent infrared enterprise; and that such a 
capability is consistent with U.S. missile defense programs and 
capabilities called for in the 2019 Missile Defense Review.
    The Committee recommends $108,000,000 for HBTSS in fiscal 
year 2020. The Committee directs the Director, MDA, to submit 
to the congressional defense committees, no later than with the 
submission of the fiscal year 2021 President's budget request, 
the acquisition strategy for HBTSS, to include the contract-
type determination and rationale therefor, plans for technical 
data management, sustainment strategy, integrated master test 
plan and integrated master schedule, as well as a cost 
estimate. The Director, Operational Test and Evaluation, is 
directed to submit, not later than 30 days thereafter, to the 
congressional defense committees, an assessment of MDA's 
proposed test strategy for HBTSS. Further, the Under Secretary 
of Defense (Research and Engineering) is directed to provide to 
the congressional defense committees, with submission of the 
fiscal year 2021 President's budget request, an acquisition 
roadmap for MDA space sensor acquisition programs that 
identifies synergies, as well as decision points and off-ramps 
for complimentary programs funded by MDA, as well as the 
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Space 
Development Agency.
    Redesigned Kill Vehicle Program Termination and Development 
of Next Generation Interceptor.--Subsequent to the submission 
of the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request, the Under 
Secretary of Defense (Research and Engineering) terminated for 
convenience the Redesigned Kill Vehicle [RKV] program and 
initiated the development of a Next Generation Interceptor 
[NGI] for U.S. Ground-based Midcourse Defense [GMD]. The 
Committee has been briefed by the Under Secretary of Defense 
(Research and Engineering) and the Director, MDA, about these 
proposed program adjustments and supports developing and 
fielding an operational NGI while continuing to sustain and 
modernize current GMD capabilities. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends a realignment of $728,000,000 of fiscal year 2019 
and 2020 GMD funds to support a competitive acquisition of the 
NGI while addressing current GMD requirements.
    The Director, MDA, is directed to submit to the 
congressional defense committees, not later than with 
submission of the fiscal year 2021 President's budget request, 
the acquisition strategy for a competitive NGI program, to 
include the contract-type determination and rationale therefor, 
plans for technical data management, sustainment strategy, 
integrated master test plan and integrated master schedule, as 
well as a cost estimate. The Director, Operational Test and 
Evaluation, is directed to submit, not later than 30 days 
thereafter, to the congressional defense an assessment of MDA's 
proposed test strategy for NGI. Additionally, the Director, 
Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation, is directed to submit 
to the congressional defense committees with submission of the 
fiscal year 2021 President's budget request an Independent Cost 
Estimate for the NGI program, and the Under Secretary of 
Defense (Comptroller) is directed to certify to the 
congressional defense committees with submission of the fiscal 
year 2021 President's budget request full funding for the NGI 
acquisition strategy.
    Use of Research, Development, Test and Evaluation 
Appropriations.--The fiscal year 2020 President's budget 
request includes $41,000,000 in Research, Development, Test and 
Evaluation, Defense-Wide, program element 0604672C, for 
activities that have previously been requested and appropriated 
in Military Construction, Defense-Wide appropriations. The 
Committee does not agree with this proposed use of research and 
development funds, nor the associated legislative proposals, 
and recommends a reduction to the budget request accordingly. 
Further, the Committee directs that none of the funds 
appropriated in this act for research, development, test and 
evaluation may be used for military construction activities, 
unless expressly stated so in this act.
    AEGIS Baselines Budget Estimates.--As expressed elsewhere 
in this report, the Committee remains concerned with 
consistently evolving requirements and costs to develop and 
field AEGIS baseline capability upgrades. The Committee 
recommends a 10 percent increase for AEGIS Baseline 9 over 
amounts enacted for fiscal year 2019.

                          Joint Strike Fighter

    F-35 Production.--The fiscal year 2020 President's budget 
request includes 78 F-35 Joint Strike Fighters [JSF], 19 fewer 
than were provided in the Department of Defense Appropriations 
Act, 2019 (Public Law 115-245). The Committee notes that the 
Department of Defense continues to request fewer than 60 F-35A 
variants and a stable F-35B procurement profile was reduced by 
more than half to 10 aircraft in the fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request. As a result, the Committee 
recommends an additional $156,000,000 in advance procurement 
for the F-35A, as delineated on the Air Force unfunded priority 
list, and $1,056,000,000 to procure 12 additional F-35As in 
fiscal year 2020. In addition, the Committee recommends 
$791,970,000 to procure 6 additional F-35Bs for the Marine 
Corps.
    The Committee understands that the Department of Defense 
took several actions to prepare for Turkey's removal from the 
F-35 program, given its acquisition of the Russian-made S-400 
air and missile defense system. Turkey joined the F-35 program 
in 2002, has been a significant industrial participant, and 
planned to procure 100 F-35As for approximately $8,000,000,000. 
The Department has implemented changes to its supply base and 
supply chain to accommodate the loss of Turkish industrial 
participation. As a result, the Committee recommends 
$250,400,000 to help offset the cost of establishing alternate 
sources in the F-35 supply chain. The Committee also 
understands that the Department wants to maintain its 
contractual handshake agreement on Lots 12 through 14, which 
included 24 F-35A aircraft for Turkey. The Committee provides 
funding for 18 additional aircraft, as outlined above, and 
encourages the Department to take further action to maintain 
the current handshake agreement to avoid disruption in upcoming 
deliveries.
    Economic Order Quantity.--The Committee recommendation 
fully funds the Department's request for $544,000,000 in 
advance procurement for Economic Order Quantity [EOQ] of 
material and equipment for 270 U.S. F-35 aircraft to be 
procured in fiscal years 2021 through 2023. The Committee also 
supports the Air Force's unfunded priority request of 
$62,000,000 for additional EOQ funding, as part of its 
recommendation for advance procurement funding in fiscal year 
2020. According to Joint Program Office [JPO] estimates, the 
EOQ recommended for fiscal year 2020 along with $558,000,000 
programmed for fiscal year 2021 would save the Department 
approximately $410,000,000 in additional material costs. The 
Committee directs the Director of the Cost Assessment and 
Program Evaluation [CAPE] to provide an analysis of this 
savings estimate to the congressional defense committees not 
later than 30 days after enactment of this act.
    The Committee supported the first request for JSF EOQ in 
the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2018 (Public Law 
115-141) and notes that the significant savings estimated by 
the JPO was not fully realized in the execution of this 
funding. The JPO initial estimate of total program savings as 
presented in the fiscal year 2018 budget request was 
$1,200,000,000. A follow-on analysis by the Director of CAPE 
concluded that anticipated total savings would be $595,000,000. 
Current JPO estimates further revise down the savings to 
$435,000,000, approximately one-third of the initial savings 
estimate. The Committee notes that actual savings will be 
realized and confirmed when parts are delivered and directs the 
F-35 Program Executive Officer to provide a report to the 
congressional defense committees not later than 30 days after 
enactment of this act on the final cost savings realized on the 
fiscal year 2018 EOQ investment.
    Configuration Management.--The Committee notes that as of 
March 2019, 292 F-35 aircraft were fielded and that by the end 
of 2022, that number will approach 1,000 aircraft. Concurrently 
with the fielding of additional aircraft, the JPO is developing 
and fielding incremental software upgrades as part of 
Continuous Capability Development and Delivery of F-35 Block 4 
efforts. The Committee understands that these upgrades are 
intended to be fielded in no less than six-month increments 
with the intent to respond quickly to warfighter needs and 
other program adjustments.
    The Committee supports the prudent development and fielding 
of additional F-35 capabilities but is concerned that current 
plans do not sufficiently address configuration management 
among fielded aircraft, simulators and trainers, spare parts 
and operator training requirements. In particular, the 
Committee notes that upgrades to simulator software packages 
are not synchronized with deployed aircraft. The Committee 
directs the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and 
Sustainment) to provide to the congressional defense 
committees, not later than with submission of the fiscal year 
2021 President's budget request, a comprehensive plan for 
configuration management and control of F-35 fleet 
capabilities, to include simulators, trainers, operator 
training, and aircraft within deployed squadrons.

                                 F-15EX

    The fiscal year 2020 President's budget requests 
$1,050,000,000 for 8 F-15EX fighters, the first new fighter jet 
procured by the Air Force in more than a decade. While the 
Committee understands the Air Force's need to maintain fighter 
capacity and mitigate problems associated with legacy F-15C/D 
aircraft that are approaching the end of their service life, 
the Committee continues to have questions about the sole-source 
acquisition strategy and program baseline for F-15EX. Further, 
the Committee understands that the first two aircraft will 
deliver in fiscal year 2022 and be used to integrate and test 
U.S-only communications and electronic warfare software and 
hardware. Accordingly, the Committee recommends transferring 
$364,400,000 from Aircraft Procurement, Air Force to Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force for the procurement 
of two test aircraft and half of the requested amount for non-
recurring engineering.
    The Committee understands that the last six aircraft are 
not scheduled to deliver until the end of fiscal year 2023. 
Further, the Committee was provided different rationale and 
justifications from Air Force leadership, the Cost Assessment 
and Program Evaluation office, and the F-15 program office on 
the inclusion of F-15EX in the fiscal year 2020 President's 
budget request. Therefore, the Committee directs that of the 
funds provided in Aircraft Procurement, Air Force for the 
remaining F-15EX aircraft, no more than $37,200,000 for long-
lead materials may be obligated until the Secretary of the Air 
Force provides to the congressional defense committees a report 
detailing: a comprehensive review of options to address the Air 
Force fighter capacity shortfall; an approved program 
acquisition strategy; an acquisition program baseline; a test 
and evaluation master plan; a life-cycle sustainment plan; and 
a post-production fielding strategy.

                          EC-37B Compass Call

    The Committee remains committed to ensuring the U.S. Air 
Force's electronic warfare capabilities continue to counter 
modern threats and has supported the Air Force plan to 
modernize the fleet of Compass Call aircraft by cross-decking 
the mission electronics to a more capable and sustainable 
airframe. As the Air Force has stated that cross-decking two 
aircraft per year is the optimum rate for cost effectiveness 
and delivering capability to the warfighter, the Committee was 
disappointed to see only one aircraft funded in the fiscal year 
2020 President's budget request. The Committee is also aware of 
the significance of the Baseline 4 low-band capability upgrade 
and believes the development and first Baseline 4 aircraft 
procurement should be accelerated into fiscal year 2020. 
Accordingly, the Committee recommends an additional 
$332,500,000 across the Aircraft Procurement, Air Force, and 
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force, accounts 
to accelerate the Baseline 4 capabilities into the EC-37B 
Compass Call fleet.

                               Readiness

    The Committee recommends an additional $1,100,000,000 in 
title IX of this act to be transferred to the operation and 
maintenance accounts and be divided proportionately among the 
services and the National Guard and reserve components. This 
funding shall be used only to improve military readiness, 
including increased training, depot maintenance, and base 
operations support. None of the funding provided may be used 
for recruiting, marketing, or advertising programs. The funding 
provided is a congressional special interest item. The 
Secretary of Defense and the Service Secretaries are directed 
to submit a detailed spending plan by sub-activity group to the 
House and Senate Appropriations Committees not less than 30 
days prior to the obligation of these funds. These transfers 
may be implemented 30 days after congressional notification 
unless an objection is received from either the House or Senate 
Appropriations Committees.
    Political Activity by Members of the Armed Forces.--The 
Committee remains strongly committed to the principle that the 
United States Armed Forces must remain an apolitical military 
profession. In particular, the Committee reiterates its support 
for DoD Directive 1334.10, Political Activity by Members of the 
Armed Forces, which outlines that, ``members on active duty 
should not engage in partisan political activity, and that 
members not on active duty should avoid inferences that their 
political activities imply or appear to imply official 
sponsorship, approval, or endorsement...'' Further, the 
Committee commends Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and General 
Mark Milley for their recent public comments stating their 
personal commitments that this principle will remain a bedrock 
principle of military professionalism.

                                TITLE I

                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required for basic pay, retired pay accrual, employers' 
contribution for Social Security taxes, basic allowance for 
subsistence, basic allowance for housing, special and incentive 
pays, permanent change of station travel, and other personnel 
costs for uniformed members of the Armed Forces.
    The President's fiscal year 2020 budget requests a total of 
$143,476,503,000 for military personnel appropriations. This 
request funds an Active component end strength of 1,339,500 and 
a Reserve component end strength of 800,800.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends military personnel appropriations 
totaling $142,983,813,000 for fiscal year 2020. This is 
$492,690,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended military personnel appropriations for 
fiscal year 2020 are summarized below:

                                  SUMMARY OF MILITARY PERSONNEL APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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Military Personnel:
    Military Personnel, Army....................................      43,347,472      42,968,799        -378,673
    Military Personnel, Navy....................................      31,831,199      31,763,263         -67,936
    Military Personnel, Marine Corps............................      14,175,211      14,088,775         -86,436
    Military Personnel, Air Force...............................      31,284,959      31,261,759         -23,200
 
Reserve Personnel:
    Reserve Personnel, Army.....................................       4,964,671       4,920,866         -43,805
    Reserve Personnel, Navy.....................................       2,123,947       2,121,507          -2,440
    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps.............................         838,854         837,854          -1,000
    Reserve Personnel, Air Force................................       2,038,040       2,022,340         -15,700
 
National Guard Personnel:
    National Guard Personnel, Army..............................       8,808,305       8,912,605        +104,300
    National Guard Personnel, Air Force.........................       4,063,845       4,086,045         +22,200
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total...................................................     143,476,503     142,983,813        -492,690
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    Committee recommended end strengths for fiscal year 2020 
are summarized below:

                                            RECOMMENDED END STRENGTH
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                                                2019           2020 budget        Committee        Change from
                                            authorization       estimate       recommendation    budget estimate
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Active:
    Army................................           487,500           480,000           480,000  ................
    Navy................................           335,400           340,500           340,500  ................
    Marine Corps........................           186,100           186,200           186,200  ................
    Air Force...........................           329,100           332,800           332,800  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal........................         1,338,100         1,339,500         1,339,500  ................
 
Selected Reserve:
    Army Reserve........................           199,500           189,500           189,500  ................
    Navy Reserve........................            59,100            59,000            59,000  ................
    Marine Corps Reserve................            38,500            38,500            38,500  ................
    Air Force Reserve...................            70,000            70,100            70,100  ................
    Army National Guard.................           343,500           336,000           336,000  ................
    Air National Guard..................           107,100           107,700           107,700  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal........................           817,700           800,800           800,800  ................
                                         =======================================================================
        Total...........................         2,155,800         2,140,300         2,140,300  ................
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    Committee recommended end strengths for full-time support 
of the Reserve and Guard for fiscal year 2020 are summarized 
below:

                                RECOMMENDED ACTIVE GUARD AND RESERVE END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                2019           2020 budget        Committee        Change from
                                            authorization       estimate       recommendation    budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active Guard and Reserve:
    Army Reserve:.......................            16,386            16,511            16,511  ................
    Navy Reserve:.......................            10,110            10,155            10,155  ................
    Marine Corps Reserve:...............             2,261             2,386             2,386  ................
    Air Force Reserve:..................             3,849             4,431             4,431  ................
    Army National Guard:................            30,595            30,595            30,595  ................
    Air National Guard:.................            19,861            22,637            22,637  ................
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
        Total...........................            83,062            86,715            86,715  ................
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         Reprogramming Guidance for Military Personnel Accounts

    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to submit 
the Base for Reprogramming (DD Form 1414) for each of the 
fiscal year 2020 appropriation accounts not later than 60 days 
after the enactment of this act. The Secretary of Defense is 
prohibited from executing any reprogramming or transfer of 
funds for any purpose other than originally appropriated until 
the aforementioned report is submitted to the House and Senate 
Appropriations Committees. The Committee directs the Secretary 
of Defense to use the normal prior approval reprogramming 
procedures to transfer funds in the services' military 
personnel accounts between budget activities in excess of 
$10,000,000.

               Military Personnel Special Interest Items

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

                      Military Personnel Overview

    Reserve Component Budget Reporting.--The Committee 
continues its requirement for the Department to provide a semi-
annual detailed report to the congressional defense committees 
showing transfers between subactivities within the military 
personnel appropriation. Reports shall be submitted not later 
than 30 days following the end of the second quarter and 30 
days following the end of the fiscal year.
    Defense Personal Property Program.--The Committee shares 
the Department of Defense's stated goals of improving both the 
moving experience for military members and their families and 
the efficiency in contracting for those services. However, the 
Committee is concerned that the changes proposed have the 
potential to increase costs to the government and create new 
challenges for military families. The Committee acknowledges 
that section 355 included in S. 1790, the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020, as passed by the 
Senate, prohibits a contract award until Congress has received 
a requested report on the administration of the Defense 
Personal Property Program from the Comptroller General of the 
United States. The Committee commends the Department for 
soliciting input from those communities affected by the 
proposed changes, including the military services, 
representatives for military families as well as industry, and 
urges the Department to address substantive concerns that are 
raised during those exchanges as well as any potential issues 
that are raised in the Comptroller General's report.
    Advanced Trauma Training Program for National Guard and 
Reserve.--The Committee recognizes the valuable support 
universities, hospitals, and other military partners provide by 
offering civilian-based emergency response trauma training and 
critical care training including public health, bio-
environmental, and biomedical instruction to sustain medics' 
and medical providers' capabilities of the National Guard 
Enhanced Response Forces Packages [CERFP], National Guard 
Homeland Response Forces [NGHRF], the Army Reserve Consequence 
Management Response Forces [CCMRF] and other National Guard and 
Reserves medical conversion/readiness requirements. The 
Committee encourages the National Guard and Reserves to 
continue pursuing state-of-the-art trauma training with these 
civilian partners, thus maintaining unit medical readiness 
postures at optimum levels as military healthcare providers in 
CERFPs, NGHRFs, and CCMRFs maintain their individual skills to 
respond effectively to emergency incidents on the homeland. 
Furthermore, in order to minimize the civilian-military 
operational gaps in the event of a catastrophic incident, the 
Committee also encourages the development of enhanced medical 
and critical care preparedness medical training programs 
focusing on public health curriculums and the epidemiology of 
public health diseases, mass casualty triage, advanced disaster 
life support, advanced hazardous material life support, 
emergency dental, and psychological health by increasing 
civilian-based advanced trauma expertise gained through day-to-
day experiences and medical research programs.
    Military Personnel and Extremist Ideologies.--Not later 
than 120 days after the enactment of this act, the Committee 
directs the Secretary of Defense to submit an unclassified 
report to the House and Senate Appropriations Committees that 
details: (1) current policies of the Department and each 
service on white supremacist, neo-Nazi, terrorist, gang and 
other extremist affiliations by service members and recruits; 
(2) procedures of the Department and each service to identify 
and mitigate such affiliations; and (3) the number of 
violations the Department and each service has identified in 
the prior 12 months and a description of each violation 
including the nature of the affiliation and disciplinary and 
other measures taken in each case. This report may include a 
classified annex only to the extent necessary.

                        Military Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $42,690,042,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  43,347,472,000
Committee recommendation................................  42,968,799,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$42,968,799,000. This is $378,673,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY
 
     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
   5 BASIC PAY                                                       7,521,813       7,521,813  ..............
  10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             2,327,136       2,327,136  ..............
  11 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         75,832          75,832  ..............
  25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     2,173,982       2,173,982  ..............
  30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   289,916         289,916  ..............
  35 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                     94,521          94,521  ..............
  40 SPECIAL PAYS                                                      357,377         357,377  ..............
  45 ALLOWANCES                                                        198,232         198,232  ..............
  50 SEPARATION PAY                                                     56,700          56,700  ..............
  55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               574,217         574,217  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 13,669,726      13,669,726  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
  60 BASIC PAY                                                      13,774,829      13,774,829  ..............
  65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             4,264,203       4,264,203  ..............
  66 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         96,028          96,028  ..............
  80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     4,684,587       4,684,587  ..............
  85 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                     88,082          88,082  ..............
  90 SPECIAL PAYS                                                    1,115,638       1,115,638  ..............
  95 ALLOWANCES                                                        731,968         731,968  ..............
 100 SEPARATION PAY                                                    266,807         266,807  ..............
 105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                             1,053,774       1,053,774  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                 26,075,916      26,075,916  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF CADETS
 110 ACADEMY CADETS                                                     90,098          90,098  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
 115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                 1,234,543       1,234,543  ..............
 120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                               661,633         661,633  ..............
 121 FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                              50              50  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  1,896,226       1,896,226  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
 125 ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                  139,802         139,802  ..............
 130 TRAINING TRAVEL                                                   141,782         141,782  ..............
 135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                433,985         433,985  ..............
 140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                 669,799         669,799  ..............
 145 SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                 214,770         214,770  ..............
 150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                           1,812           1,812  ..............
 155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                                 698             698  ..............
 160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                          60,824          60,824  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                  1,663,472       1,663,472  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
 170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                    234             234  ..............
 175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                                128             128  ..............
 180 DEATH GRATUITIES                                                   42,600          42,600  ..............
 185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                              68,731          68,731  ..............
 195 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                  6,006           6,006  ..............
 200 ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                     496             496  ..............
 210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                             11,623          11,623  ..............
 215 PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE                                          74              74  ..............
 217 RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                            105,698         107,198          +1,500
 218 JUNIOR ROTC                                                        29,746          39,746         +10,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                    265,336         276,836         +11,500
 
     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                               -313,302        -313,302  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............        -390,173        -390,173
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE FORCES, ARMY                               42,347,472      42,968,799        -378,673
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TITLE I, MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY                 43,347,472      42,968,799        -378,673
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, TRICARE ACCRUAL PAYMENTS (PERMANENT,               2,186,006       2,186,006  ..............
            INDEFINITE AUTHORITY) (PUBLIC LAW 108-375)
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY                          45,533,478      45,154,805        -378,673
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   217 Reserve                 105,698         107,198          +1,500
        Officers
        Training Corps
        (ROTC)
           Program      ..............  ..............          +1,500
            increase:
            ROTC
            helicopter
            training
            program
   218 Junior ROTC              29,746          39,746         +10,000
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,000
            increase
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............        -292,473        -292,473
        management:
        Revised budget
        estimate
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -60,000         -60,000
        management:
        Historical
        underexecution
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -37,700         -37,700
        management:
        Rate
        adjustments
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Military Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $30,164,481,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  31,831,199,000
Committee recommendation................................  31,763,263,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$31,763,263,000. This is $67,936,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY
 
     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
   5 BASIC PAY                                                       4,561,662       4,561,662  ..............
  10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             1,411,830       1,411,830  ..............
  11 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         59,653          59,653  ..............
  25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     1,599,286       1,599,286  ..............
  30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   172,715         172,715  ..............
  35 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                    167,877         167,877  ..............
  40 SPECIAL PAYS                                                      457,901         457,901  ..............
  45 ALLOWANCES                                                        120,046         120,046  ..............
  50 SEPARATION PAY                                                     43,367          43,367  ..............
  55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               347,668         347,668  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  8,942,005       8,942,005  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
  60 BASIC PAY                                                      10,279,881      10,279,881  ..............
  65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             3,186,556       3,186,556  ..............
  66 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                        100,891         100,891  ..............
  80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     4,785,627       4,785,627  ..............
  85 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                    109,034         109,034  ..............
  90 SPECIAL PAYS                                                    1,006,625       1,006,625  ..............
  95 ALLOWANCES                                                        624,120         624,120  ..............
 100 SEPARATION PAY                                                     84,737          84,737  ..............
 105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               786,411         786,411  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                 20,963,882      20,963,882  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF MIDSHIPMEN
 110 MIDSHIPMEN                                                         85,203          85,203  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
 115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   847,463         847,463  ..............
 120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                               432,870         432,870  ..............
 121 FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                               5               5  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  1,280,338       1,280,338  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
 125 ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                   91,470          91,470  ..............
 130 TRAINING TRAVEL                                                   102,482         102,482  ..............
 135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                231,305         231,305  ..............
 140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                 280,181         280,181  ..............
 145 SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                 113,668         113,668  ..............
 150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                          30,258          30,258  ..............
 155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                              13,695          13,695  ..............
 160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                          16,398          16,398  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                    879,457         879,457  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
 170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                     37              37  ..............
 175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                              1,252           1,252  ..............
 180 DEATH GRATUITIES                                                   22,100          22,100  ..............
 185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                              41,522          41,522  ..............
 195 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                  8,745           8,745  ..............
 200 ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                     178             178  ..............
 210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                              4,270           4,270  ..............
 215 PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE                                          34              34  ..............
 217 RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                             21,458          22,258            +800
 218 JUNIOR ROTC                                                        15,259          20,259          +5,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                    114,855         120,655          +5,800
 
     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                               -434,541        -434,541  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -73,736         -73,736
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE FORCES, NAVY                               31,831,199      31,763,263         -67,936
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TITLE I, MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY                 31,831,199      31,763,263         -67,936
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, TRICARE ACCRUAL PAYMENTS (PERMANENT,               1,549,638       1,549,638  ..............
            INDEFINITE AUTHORITY) (PUBLIC LAW 108-375)
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY                          33,380,837      33,312,901         -67,936
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   217 Reserve                  21,458          22,258            +800
        Officers
        Training Corps
        (ROTC)
           Program      ..............  ..............            +800
            increase
   218 Junior ROTC              15,259          20,259          +5,000
           Program      ..............  ..............          +5,000
            increase
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -56,036         -56,036
        management:
        Revised budget
        estimate
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -17,700         -17,700
        management:
        Rate
        adjustments
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Military Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $13,779,038,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  14,175,211,000
Committee recommendation................................  14,088,775,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$14,088,775,000. This is $86,436,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS
 
     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
   5 BASIC PAY                                                       1,715,465       1,715,465  ..............
  10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                               530,702         530,702  ..............
  11 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         27,890          27,890  ..............
  25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                       537,566         537,566  ..............
  30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                    67,825          67,825  ..............
  35 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                     51,099          51,099  ..............
  40 SPECIAL PAYS                                                        4,125           4,125  ..............
  45 ALLOWANCES                                                         50,685          50,685  ..............
  50 SEPARATION PAY                                                     15,112          15,112  ..............
  55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               131,233         131,233  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  3,131,702       3,131,702  ..............
 
        ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
  60 BASIC PAY                                                       5,349,883       5,349,883  ..............
  65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             1,653,002       1,653,002  ..............
  66 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                        113,526         113,526  ..............
  80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     1,599,187       1,599,187  ..............
  85 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                      7,937           7,937  ..............
  90 SPECIAL PAYS                                                      204,034         204,034  ..............
  95 ALLOWANCES                                                        315,811         315,811  ..............
 100 SEPARATION PAY                                                     94,173          94,173  ..............
 105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               408,685         408,685  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                  9,746,238       9,746,238  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
 115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   430,434         430,434  ..............
 120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                               400,978         400,978  ..............
 121 FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                              10              10  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    831,422         831,422  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
 125 ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                   53,167          53,167  ..............
 130 TRAINING TRAVEL                                                    18,363          18,363  ..............
 135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                167,868         167,868  ..............
 140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                 111,200         111,200  ..............
 145 SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                  77,577          77,577  ..............
 150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                             682             682  ..............
 155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                              10,505          10,505  ..............
 160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                           4,345           4,345  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                    443,707         443,707  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
 170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                    273             273  ..............
 175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                                 19              19  ..............
 180 DEATH GRATUITIES                                                   13,100          13,100  ..............
 185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                              26,734          26,734  ..............
 195 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                  3,611           3,611  ..............
 200 ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                     100             100  ..............
 210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                              1,487           1,487  ..............
 215 PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE                                         108             108  ..............
 216 SGLI EXTRA HAZARD PAYMENTS                                          2,075           2,075  ..............
 218 JUNIOR ROTC                                                         3,866           5,930          +2,064
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                     51,373          53,437          +2,064
 
     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                                -29,231         -29,231  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -88,500         -88,500
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE FORCES, MARINE CORPS                       14,175,211      14,088,775         -86,436
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TITLE I, MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS         14,175,211      14,088,775         -86,436
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, TRICARE ACCRUAL PAYMENTS (PERMANENT,                 859,667         859,667  ..............
            INDEFINITE AUTHORITY) (PUBLIC LAW 108-375)
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS                  15,034,878      14,948,442         -86,436
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   218 Junior ROTC               3,866           5,930          +2,064
           Program      ..............  ..............          +2,064
            increase
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -70,000         -70,000
        management:
        Revised budget
        estimate
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -18,500         -18,500
        management:
        Rate
        adjustments
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     Military Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $30,074,691,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  31,284,959,000
Committee recommendation................................  31,261,759,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$31,261,759,000. This is $23,200,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE
 
     ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS
   5 BASIC PAY                                                       5,419,404       5,419,404  ..............
  10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             1,666,501       1,666,501  ..............
  11 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         68,361          68,361  ..............
  25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     1,630,177       1,630,177  ..............
  30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                   204,432         204,432  ..............
  35 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                    349,589         349,589  ..............
  40 SPECIAL PAYS                                                      337,986         337,986  ..............
  45 ALLOWANCES                                                        119,612         119,612  ..............
  50 SEPARATION PAY                                                     43,588          43,588  ..............
  55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               413,905         413,905  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 10,253,555      10,253,555  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
  60 BASIC PAY                                                       9,912,417       9,912,417  ..............
  65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL                                             3,061,954       3,061,954  ..............
  66 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         77,645          77,645  ..............
  80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING                                     4,017,647       4,017,647  ..............
  85 INCENTIVE PAYS                                                     61,239          61,239  ..............
  90 SPECIAL PAYS                                                      337,702         337,702  ..............
  95 ALLOWANCES                                                        630,858         630,858  ..............
 100 SEPARATION PAY                                                    136,265         136,265  ..............
 105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX                                               758,300         758,300  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                 18,994,027      18,994,027  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF CADETS
 110 ACADEMY CADETS                                                     80,959          80,959  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL
 115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE                                 1,047,572       1,047,572  ..............
 120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND                                               159,138         159,138  ..............
 121 FAMILY SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE                               3               3  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  1,206,713       1,206,713  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
 125 ACCESSION TRAVEL                                                  102,944         102,944  ..............
 130 TRAINING TRAVEL                                                    59,189          59,189  ..............
 135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL                                                284,731         284,731  ..............
 140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL                                                 453,527         453,527  ..............
 145 SEPARATION TRAVEL                                                 162,547         162,547  ..............
 150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS                                           4,347           4,347  ..............
 155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE                                              26,215          26,215  ..............
 160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE                                          33,162          33,162  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5                                  1,126,662       1,126,662  ..............
 
     ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS
 170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS                                     12              12  ..............
 175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS                              2,299           2,299  ..............
 180 DEATH GRATUITIES                                                   15,000          15,000  ..............
 185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                              22,571          22,571  ..............
 195 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                     28              28  ..............
 200 ADOPTION EXPENSES                                                     395             395  ..............
 210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY                                              2,718           2,718  ..............
 215 PARTIAL DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE                                         492             492  ..............
 217 RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                             46,429          46,429  ..............
 218 JUNIOR ROTC                                                        20,439          27,439          +7,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6                                    110,383         117,383          +7,000
 
     LESS REIMBURSABLES                                               -487,340        -487,340  ..............
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -30,200         -30,200
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, ACTIVE FORCES, AIR FORCE                          31,284,959      31,261,759         -23,200
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TITLE I, MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE            31,284,959      31,261,759         -23,200
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, TRICARE ACCRUAL PAYMENTS (PERMANENT,               1,514,694       1,514,694  ..............
            INDEFINITE AUTHORITY) (PUBLIC LAW 108-375)
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                     32,799,653      32,776,453         -23,200
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   218 Junior ROTC              20,439          27,439          +7,000
           Program      ..............  ..............          +7,000
            increase
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -30,200         -30,200
        management:
        Revised budget
        estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $4,836,947,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   4,964,671,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,920,866,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,920,866,000. This is $43,805,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY
 
       ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
    10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                 1,591,993       1,591,993  ..............
    20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACTIVE DUTY)                  45,748          45,748  ..............
    30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                 201,613         201,613  ..............
    40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                          6,717           6,717  ..............
    60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                             2,373           2,373  ..............
    70 SCHOOL TRAINING                                                 240,785         240,785  ..............
    80 SPECIAL TRAINING                                                382,398         382,398  ..............
    90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                    2,358,782       2,358,782  ..............
    94 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                       11,205          11,205  ..............
   100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                               22,714          22,714  ..............
   120 HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                    61,392          61,392  ..............
   130 OTHER PROGRAMS                                                   38,951          38,951  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                4,964,671       4,964,671  ..............
 
       UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                 ..............         -43,805         -43,805
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, TITLE I, RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY                 4,964,671       4,920,866         -43,805
                                                               =================================================
             TOTAL, TRICARE ACCRUAL PAYMENTS (PERMANENT,               394,612         394,612  ..............
              INDEFINITE AUTHORITY) (PUBLIC LAW 108-375)
                                                               =================================================
             TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY                          5,359,283       5,315,478         -43,805
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
UNDIST Improving funds management: Revised budget estimate      ..............         -40,531         -40,531
UNDIST Improving funds management: Rate adjustments             ..............          -3,274          -3,274
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Reserve Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $2,049,021,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   2,123,947,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,121,507,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,121,507,000. This is $2,440,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY
 
      ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
   10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                    712,650         712,650  ..............
   20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACTIVE DUTY)                    7,839           7,839  ..............
   30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                   54,101          54,101  ..............
   60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                             12,537          12,537  ..............
   70 SCHOOL TRAINING                                                   56,593          56,593  ..............
   80 SPECIAL TRAINING                                                 124,738         124,738  ..............
   90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                     1,091,583       1,091,583  ..............
   94 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         6,326           6,326  ..............
  100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 1,116           1,116  ..............
  120 HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                     56,464          56,464  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 2,123,947       2,123,947  ..............
 
      UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                  ..............          -2,440          -2,440
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, TITLE I, RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY                  2,123,947       2,121,507          -2,440
                                                               =================================================
            TOTAL, TRICARE ACCRUAL PAYMENTS (PERMANENT,                136,926         136,926  ..............
             INDEFINITE AUTHORITY) (PUBLIC LAW 108-375)
                                                               =================================================
            TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY                           2,260,873       2,258,433          -2,440
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
UNDIST Improving funds management: Rate adjustments             ..............          -2,440          -2,440
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2019....................................    $782,390,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................     838,854,000
Committee recommendation................................     837,854,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $837,854,000. 
This is $1,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS
 
       ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
    10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                   290,938         290,938  ..............
    20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACT DUTY)                     46,716          46,716  ..............
    30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                 139,238         139,238  ..............
    60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                             1,422           1,422  ..............
    70 SCHOOL TRAINING                                                  24,532          24,532  ..............
    80 SPECIAL TRAINING                                                 53,388          53,388  ..............
    90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                      264,360         264,360  ..............
    94 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                        3,759           3,759  ..............
    95 PLATOON LEADER CLASS                                              8,283           8,283  ..............
   100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                6,218           6,218  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  838,854         838,854  ..............
 
       UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                 ..............          -1,000          -1,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
             TOTAL, TITLE I, RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS           838,854         837,854          -1,000
                                                               =================================================
             TOTAL, TRICARE ACCRUAL PAYMENTS (PERMANENT,                77,427          77,427  ..............
              INDEFINITE AUTHORITY) (PUBLIC LAW 108-375)
                                                               =================================================
             TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS                    916,281         915,281          -1,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
UNDIST Improving funds management: Rate adjustments             ..............          -1,000          -1,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Reserve Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $1,860,406,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   2,038,040,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,022,340,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,022,340,000. This is $15,700,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                    RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE
 
     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
  10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                     722,193         722,193  ..............
  20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACTIVE DUTY)                   102,802         102,802  ..............
  30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                    54,454          54,454  ..............
  40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                            2,669           2,669  ..............
  60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING                                                 760             760  ..............
  70 SCHOOL TRAINING                                                   169,565         169,565  ..............
  80 SPECIAL TRAINING                                                  329,355         329,355  ..............
  90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                        570,532         570,532  ..............
  94 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                          3,390           3,390  ..............
 100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 15,395          15,395  ..............
 120 HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP                                      64,474          64,474  ..............
 130 OTHER PROGRAMS (ADMIN & SUPPORT)                                    2,451           2,451  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  2,038,040       2,038,040  ..............
 
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -15,700         -15,700
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TITLE I, RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE              2,038,040       2,022,340         -15,700
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, TRICARE ACCRUAL PAYMENTS (PERMANENT,                 139,697         139,697  ..............
            INDEFINITE AUTHORITY) (PUBLIC LAW 108-375)
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                       2,177,737       2,162,037         -15,700
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
UNDIST Improving funds management: Revised budget estimate      ..............         -14,700         -14,700
UNDIST Improving funds management: Rate adjustments             ..............          -1,000          -1,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     National Guard Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $8,600,945,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   8,808,305,000
Committee recommendation................................   8,912,605,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$8,912,605,000. This is $104,300,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, ARMY
 
     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
  10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                   2,607,324       2,607,324  ..............
  30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                   539,742         539,742  ..............
  40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                           44,401          44,401  ..............
  70 SCHOOL TRAINING                                                   529,639         529,639  ..............
  80 SPECIAL TRAINING                                                  813,283         818,283          +5,000
  90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                      4,182,249       4,182,749            +500
  94 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         19,194          19,194  ..............
 100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 72,473          72,473  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  8,808,305       8,813,805          +5,500
 
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............        -121,800        -121,800
     ADVANCED TRAUMA TRAINING                                   ..............           1,100          +1,100
     OPERATION GUARDIAN SUPPORT                                 ..............         219,500        +219,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TITLE I, NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, ARMY            8,808,305       8,912,605        +104,300
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, TRICARE ACCRUAL PAYMENTS (PERMANENT,                 703,636         703,636  ..............
            INDEFINITE AUTHORITY) (PUBLIC LAW 108-375)
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, ARMY                     9,511,941       9,616,241        +104,300
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    80 Special Training                                                813,283         818,283          +5,000
           Program increase: Wildfire training                  ..............  ..............          +5,000
    90 Administration and Support                                    4,182,249       4,182,749            +500
           Program increase: Preventative mental health         ..............  ..............            +500
            program
UNDIST Improving funds management: Revised budget estimate      ..............        -108,600        -108,600
UNDIST Improving funds management: Rate adjustments             ..............         -13,200         -13,200
UNDIST Program increase: Operation Guardian Support             ..............        +219,500        +219,500
UNDIST Program increase: Advanced trauma training               ..............          +1,100          +1,100
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    National Guard Cyber Units.--The Committee is aware of the 
critical capability that the National Guard provides to state 
governments, and in support of the Defense Department's 
national cyber defense mission. The Committee strongly urges 
the Department to prioritize continued development of cyber 
capabilities within the National Guard, and ensure cyber 
capabilities in every State.

                  National Guard Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $3,699,080,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   4,063,845,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,086,045,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,086,045,000. This is $22,200,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE
 
     ACTIVITY 1: RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
  10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS & DRILLS 24/48)                     935,299         935,299  ..............
  30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS)                                    81,644          81,644  ..............
  40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)                            7,969           7,969  ..............
  70 SCHOOL TRAINING                                                   357,890         357,890  ..............
  80 SPECIAL TRAINING                                                  218,104         220,104          +2,000
  90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT                                      2,438,963       2,439,463            +500
  94 THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS                         10,083          10,083  ..............
 100 EDUCATION BENEFITS                                                 13,893          13,893  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  4,063,845       4,066,345          +2,500
 
     UNDISTRIBUTED ADJUSTMENT                                   ..............         -12,200         -12,200
     ADVANCED TRAUMA TRAINING                                   ..............           2,200          +2,200
     OPERATION GUARDIAN SUPPORT                                 ..............          29,700         +29,700
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TITLE I, NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE       4,063,845       4,086,045         +22,200
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, TRICARE ACCRUAL PAYMENTS (PERMANENT,                 254,512         254,512  ..............
            INDEFINITE AUTHORITY) (PUBLIC LAW 108-375)
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE                4,318,357       4,340,557         +22,200
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    80 Special Training                                                218,104         220,104          +2,000
           Program increase: Wildfire training                  ..............  ..............          +2,000
    90 Administration and Support                                    2,438,963       2,439,463            +500
           Program increase: Preventative mental health         ..............  ..............            +500
            program
UNDIST Improving funds management: Revised budget estimate      ..............         -11,200         -11,200
UNDIST Improving funds management: Rate adjustments             ..............          -1,000          -1,000
UNDIST Program increase: Operation Guardian Support             ..............         +29,700         +29,700
UNDIST Program increase: Advanced trauma training               ..............          +2,200          +2,200
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                TITLE II

                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required to prepare for and conduct combat operations and other 
peace time missions. These funds are used to purchase fuel and 
spare parts for training operations, pay supporting civilian 
personnel, and purchase supplies, equipment, and service 
contracts for the repair of weapons and facilities.
    The President's fiscal year 2020 budget requests a total of 
$123,944,614,000 for operation and maintenance appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends operation and maintenance 
appropriations totaling $200,610,130,000 for fiscal year 2020. 
This is $76,665,516,000 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended operation and maintenance 
appropriations for fiscal year 2020 are summarized below:

                               SUMMARY OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation and Maintenance:
    Operation and Maintenance, Army.............................      22,797,873      40,437,663     +17,639,790
    Operation and Maintenance, Navy.............................      25,952,718      48,200,088     +22,247,370
    Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps.....................       3,928,045       7,608,598      +3,680,553
    Operation and Maintenance, Air Force........................      21,278,499      43,092,286     +21,813,787
    Operation and Maintenance, Space Force......................          72,436          72,436  ..............
    Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide.....................      37,399,341      37,236,175        -163,166
    Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve.....................       1,080,103       2,990,610      +1,910,507
    Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve.....................         261,284       1,100,116        +838,832
    Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve.............          61,090         292,076        +230,986
    Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve................       2,231,445       3,222,818        +991,373
    Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard..............       3,335,755       7,588,903      +4,253,148
    Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard...............       3,612,156       6,732,792      +3,120,636
    United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.........          14,771          14,771  ..............
    Environmental Restoration, Army.............................         207,518         209,218          +1,700
    Environmental Restoration, Navy.............................         335,932         335,932  ..............
    Environmental Restoration, Air Force........................         302,744         402,744        +100,000
    Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide.....................           9,105           9,105  ..............
    Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites......         216,499         216,499  ..............
    Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid..............         108,600         108,600  ..............
    Cooperative Threat Reduction Account........................         338,700         338,700  ..............
    Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund         400,000         400,000  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     123,944,614     200,610,130     +76,665,516
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     REPROGRAMMING GUIDANCE FOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE ACCOUNTS

    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to submit 
the Base for Reprogramming (DD Form 1414) for each of the 
fiscal year 2020 appropriation accounts not later than 60 days 
after the enactment of this act. The Secretary of Defense is 
prohibited from executing any reprogramming or transfer of 
funds for any purpose other than originally appropriated until 
the aforementioned report is submitted to the House and Senate 
Appropriations Committees.
    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to use the 
normal prior approval reprogramming procedures to transfer 
funds in the services' operation and maintenance accounts 
between O-1 budget activities, or between subactivity groups in 
the case of Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide, in excess 
of $15,000,000. In addition, the Secretary of Defense shall 
follow prior approval reprogramming procedures for transfers in 
excess of $15,000,000 out of the following readiness sub-
activity groups:
        Army:
                Maneuver units
                Modular support brigades
                Land forces operations support
                Aviation assets
                Force readiness operations support
                Land forces depot maintenance
                Base operations support
                Facilities sustainment, restoration and 
                modernization
                Specialized skill training
        Navy:
                Mission and other flight operations
                Fleet air training
                Aircraft depot maintenance
                Mission and other ship operations
                Ship depot maintenance
                Facilities sustainment, restoration and 
                modernization
        Marine Corps:
                Operational forces
                Field logistics
                Depot maintenance
                Facilities sustainment, restoration and 
                modernization
        Air Force:
                Primary combat forces
                Combat enhancement forces
                Depot purchase equipment maintenance
                Facilities sustainment, restoration and 
                modernization
                Contractor logistics support and system support
                Flying hour program
        Air Force Reserve:
                Primary combat forces
        Air National Guard:
                Aircraft operations
    Additionally, the Committee directs the Secretary of 
Defense to use normal prior approval reprogramming procedures 
when implementing transfers in excess of $15,000,000 into the 
following budget sub-activities:
        Operation and Maintenance, Army:
                Recruiting and advertising
        Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard:
                Other personnel support/recruiting and 
                advertising

            OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE BUDGET EXECUTION DATA

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

            OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS

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

                   OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW

    Civilian Workforce.--The Committee expects the Department 
of Defense to maintain a stable, effective, right-sized 
civilian cadre. The Committee further expects the hiring 
process to be responsive and efficient in order to build the 
workforce needed to achieve its mission and strategic goals. 
The Committee recognizes the critical role that the civilian 
workforce plays every day in ensuring the mission success of 
the Armed Forces.
    Contract Services Spending.--The Committee is concerned 
that the Department of Defense lacks adequate policies, 
procedures, and controls in place to enforce limitations on the 
annual amounts expended on contracted services. There is 
further concern that not all contracted services are being 
subjected to spending limitations because of the exclusion of 
contracted services involving Economy Act transfers between and 
within Department of Defense components. Additionally, because 
of the disparity between the levels of contracted services 
captured in the Inventory of Contracts for Services, required 
under section 2330a of title 10, United States Code, and what 
the Department budgets for contracted services, it appears as 
though the Department does not deliberately plan for most 
contracted services. The Committee urges the Under Secretary of 
Defense (Comptroller) to review the efforts of the financial 
management and acquisition communities to implement effective 
control mechanisms for contracted services spending.
    Tobacco Use in the Military.--Tobacco use is the leading 
cause of preventable death in the United States, with more than 
480,000 deaths attributable to cigarette smoking each year. The 
Department of Defense has affirmed the goal of a tobacco-free 
military, and has implemented a range of programs including 
public education campaigns, the banning of all tobacco use 
during basic training, and the prohibition of tobacco use by 
instructors in the presence of students. The Committee supports 
the Secretary of Defense's Policy Memorandum 16-001 from April 
8, 2016, directing the military services ``to ensure a 
comprehensive tobacco policy that assists with preventing 
initiation of tobacco use, helping those who want to quit using 
tobacco succeed, and decreasing exposure to second-hand smoke 
for all our people.'' As a result, the Committee retains a 
provision from the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 
2019 (Public Law 115-245) directing the elimination of the 
price subsidy provided to tobacco products at military 
exchanges.
    Voluntary Military Education Programs--Enforcing Memorandum 
of Understanding.--The Committee supports the Department of 
Defense's commitment to enforcing the terms of the current 
Memorandum of Understanding [MOU] with all educational 
institutions providing educational programs through the 
Department of Defense tuition assistance program. The Committee 
is also supportive of the Department's efforts to increase 
participating institutions' understanding of their contractual 
obligations as MOU signatories and the procedures for 
enforcement as outlined in Department of Defense Instruction 
[DODI] 1322.25. The Committee urges the Department to maintain 
vigorous defense of these responsibilities in order to protect 
the integrity and quality of voluntary military education 
programs.
    Drinking Water Contamination.--The Committee remains 
concerned about the health implications of contaminated 
drinking water due to perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl 
substances [PFAS]. The Committee worked with the military 
services to assess unfunded executable requirements in fiscal 
year 2020 due to issues associated with PFAS and provided 
additional funding accordingly. The Committee intends to 
aggressively follow up with the services on procedures for 
timely remediation and community notification.
    For the National Guard, the Committee has increased funding 
for such purposes in the operation and maintenance accounts. 
However, the Committee acknowledges that section 319 included 
in S. 1790, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal 
Year 2020, as passed by the Senate, proposes the establishment 
of environmental restoration accounts for the National Guard 
components and may consider transferring the increases to the 
new accounts pending the outcome of National Defense 
Authorization Act conference negotiations.
    Uncontaminated Water for Agricultural Purposes.--The 
Committee recognizes section 1073 included in S. 1790, the 
National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020, as 
passed by the Senate, and urges the secretaries of the military 
services to keep the congressional defense committees apprised 
of plans to use these authorities.
    Boards for Correction of Military Records.--The Air Force 
Review Board Agency, Army Review Boards Agency, and the Board 
of Naval Corrections play a decisive role ensuring that 
military personnel enjoy fair, just, and equitable decisions as 
it pertains to their service records and benefits. However, the 
Committee is concerned that the Boards have failed to modernize 
personnel, processes, and infrastructure at the pace required 
for demonstrated increases in the volume and complexity of its 
caseloads. As a result, the Boards are significantly under-
resourced. The Committee also notes that none of the Boards 
have current, validated needs assessments for personnel, 
information technology, and operations, which are critical to 
the budget process. The Committee has not yet received the 
report directed by the Department of Defense Appropriations 
Act, 2018, and awaits receipt of the service Secretaries' plans 
to address these resourcing issues.
    Perfluorinated Chemicals Contamination and First Responder 
Exposure.--The Committee remains concerned about the health 
implications of contaminated drinking water due to 
perfluorinated chemicals [PFCs], including the exposure of 
Department of Defense firefighter and first responder 
personnel. The Committee understands that the Air Force 
currently uses Phos-Chek 3 foam, which contains trace amounts 
of PFCs, but does not accumulate in the body. Given the lack of 
definitive guidance around exposure levels, the Committee urges 
the Secretary of the Air Force to accelerate adoption of other 
forms of foam which would meet military specifications and do 
not contain PFCs. The Committee further urges the Secretary of 
Defense to coordinate with the Agency for Toxic Substances and 
Disease Registry on validated blood assay research for these 
chemicals and integrate that knowledge into the policies and 
procedures for Department of Defense first responders. Finally, 
the Committee directs the Assistant Secretary of Defense 
(Health Affairs) to brief the House and Senate Appropriations 
Committees not later than 180 days after the enactment of this 
act on a plan to test and track potential first responder 
exposure to these chemicals as part of their existing, annual 
medical surveillance exams.
    Military Spouse Employment.--The Committee recognizes the 
challenges military spouses face when seeking and retaining 
employment and the impact these issues can have on a military 
family. Military Spouse Economic Empowerment Zones were 
launched in 2018 in cities across America to address local 
military spouse unemployment and underemployment issues through 
the efforts of local working groups. These groups work to 
establish a range of local employment-related resources and to 
identify opportunities as well as barriers to entry for 
military spouses seeking meaningful employment. The Committee 
encourages the Secretary of Defense to continue to facilitate 
collaboration between local and national employers, educational 
institutions, and community organizations to build a robust 
employment network for military spouses.
    The Committee further encourages the Secretary of Defense 
to enter into a cooperative agreement with the Council of State 
Governments to assist in the funding and development of 
interstate compacts on licensed occupations, in an effort to 
increase military spouse employment by removing limits on the 
portability of employment licenses and credentials across State 
lines.
    Operation and Maintenance Budget Justification.--The 
Committee commends the Department for the improvements in the 
Operation and Maintenance budget materials made over the past 
several years. To further inform the congressional review, the 
Committee directs the following actions:
  --The Commander, United States Special Operations Command, in 
        coordination with the Assistant Secretary of Defense 
        for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict, and 
        the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), shall 
        develop and submit performance criteria for each sub-
        activity group with the fiscal year 2021 President's 
        budget request.
  --The Secretary of Defense shall submit a separate OP-5 and 
        OP-32 exhibit for each line that is requested on the O-
        1 breakout of Operation and Maintenance Programs. This 
        direction is specifically for the Operation and 
        Maintenance, Defense-Wide [O&M, DW] appropriation. The 
        fiscal year 2020 President's budget request broke out 
        cyber lines in O&M, DW yet the narrative associated 
        with those new lines is buried within the exhibit for 
        each agency. In another instance, the budget request 
        for The Joint Chiefs of Staff includes four separate 
        lines on the O-1 yet there is only one OP-5 exhibit 
        rolling up all of those lines and does not provide 
        sufficient detail for each.
  --Each service shall include details required by Section N of 
        the Exhibit OP-5 Base Support Program [Attachment 8] as 
        shown in the Department of Defense Financial Management 
        Regulation [DoD 7000.14-R]. This references Child and 
        Youth Development Programs and the services shall 
        provide data for each and every category on the list in 
        the Regulations such as the number of child development 
        centers, total number of children receiving care, total 
        number of children on the waitlist, etc. Additionally, 
        there shall be a new category to capture the funding 
        level for childcare programs specifically.
    Disaster Relief Assistance to the Bahamas.--The Committee 
is deeply concerned about the destruction and devastation in 
the Bahamas by Hurricane Dorian and appreciates that the 
Department of Defense has already taken steps to provide 
humanitarian and disaster relief funding and support, including 
logistics, transportation, health, and engineering assessments 
using Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster and Civic Aid [OHDACA] 
funding. The Committee encourages the Department to continue to 
prioritize OHDACA funds for these recovery efforts and to 
report to the congressional defense committees accounting for 
these expenditures and any additional costs due to damage from 
Hurricane Dorian to military installations or assets.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Army

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $40,145,482,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  22,797,873,000
Committee recommendation................................  40,437,663,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$40,437,663,000. This is $17,639,790,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     LAND FORCES
  10 MANEUVER UNITS                                             ..............       1,729,422      +1,729,422
  20 MODULAR SUPPORT BRIGADES                                   ..............         122,815        +122,815
  30 ECHELONS ABOVE BRIGADES                                    ..............         716,356        +716,356
  40 THEATER LEVEL ASSETS                                       ..............         878,891        +878,891
  50 LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT                             ..............       1,227,477      +1,227,477
  60 AVIATION ASSETS                                            ..............       1,255,606      +1,255,606
 
     LAND FORCES READINESS
  70 FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                408,031       3,114,315      +2,706,284
  80 LAND FORCES SYSTEMS READINESS                                     417,069         426,269          +9,200
  90 LAND FORCES DEPOT MAINTENANCE                              ..............         983,327        +983,327
 
     LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT
 100 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                    ..............       7,976,933      +7,976,933
 110 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, & MODERNIZATION            4,326,840       4,330,840          +4,000
 120 MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS                           405,612         405,612  ..............
 
     COMBATANT COMMAND SUPPORT
 160 US AFRICA COMMAND                                                 251,511         234,511         -17,000
 170 US EUROPEAN COMMAND                                               146,358         146,358  ..............
 180 US SOUTHERN COMMAND                                               191,840         209,840         +18,000
 190 US FORCES KOREA                                                    57,603          57,603  ..............
 200 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES--CYBERSPACE OPERATIONS                      423,156         423,156  ..............
 210 CYBER SPACE ACTIVITIES--CYBERSECURITY                             551,185         551,185  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  7,179,205      24,790,516     +17,611,311
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION
 
     MOBILITY OPERATIONS
 220 STRATEGIC MOBILITY                                                380,577         380,577  ..............
 230 ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS                                         362,942         362,942  ..............
 240 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                                             4,637           5,637          +1,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                    748,156         749,156          +1,000
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING
 
     ACCESSION TRAINING
 250 OFFICER ACQUISITION                                               157,175         157,175  ..............
 260 RECRUIT TRAINING                                                   55,739          55,739  ..............
 270 ONE STATION UNIT TRAINING                                          62,300          62,300  ..............
 280 SENIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS                            538,357         538,357  ..............
 
     BASIC SKILL AND ADVANCED TRAINING
 290 SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                                        969,813         969,813  ..............
 300 FLIGHT TRAINING                                                 1,234,049       1,395,049        +161,000
 310 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                218,338         218,338  ..............
 320 TRAINING SUPPORT                                                  554,659         554,659  ..............
 
     RECRUITING AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION
 330 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        716,056         706,056         -10,000
 340 EXAMINING                                                         185,034         185,034  ..............
 350 OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                  214,275         214,275  ..............
 360 CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                   147,647         147,647  ..............
 370 JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS                            173,812         176,812          +3,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                  5,227,254       5,381,254        +154,000
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS
 390 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                        559,229         559,229  ..............
 400 CENTRAL SUPPLY ACTIVITIES                                         929,944         929,944  ..............
 410 LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                      629,981         629,981  ..............
 420 AMMUNITION MANAGEMENT                                             458,771         451,771          -7,000
 
     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
 430 ADMINISTRATION                                                    428,768         418,768         -10,000
 440 SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                      1,512,736       1,472,736         -40,000
 450 MANPOWER MANAGEMENT                                               272,738         272,738  ..............
 460 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                           391,869         361,869         -30,000
 470 OTHER SERVICE SUPPORT                                           1,901,165       1,881,165         -20,000
 480 ARMY CLAIMS ACTIVITIES                                            198,765         198,765  ..............
 490 REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT                                            226,248         226,248  ..............
 500 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND AUDIT READINESS                          315,489         287,489         -28,000
 510 INTERNATIONAL MILITARY HEADQUARTERS                               427,254         427,254  ..............
 520 MISC. SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS                                     43,248          43,248  ..............
 
     OTHER PROGRAMS
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                  1,347,053       1,372,383         +25,330
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  9,643,258       9,533,588        -109,670
 
     OVERESTIMATION OF CIVILIAN FTE TARGETS                     ..............        -105,000        -105,000
     TRANSFER: THAAD SUSTAINMENT FROM OMDW MDA LINE             ..............          87,149         +87,149
     Public Law 115-68 IMPLEMENTATION AT COCOMS                 ..............           1,000          +1,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY                   22,797,873      40,437,663     +17,639,790
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   111 Maneuver Units   ..............       1,729,422      +1,729,422
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............      +1,735,922
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -6,500
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
   112 Modular Support  ..............         122,815        +122,815
        Brigades
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +127,815
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -5,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   113 Echelons Above   ..............         716,356        +716,356
        Brigade
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +716,356
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
   114 Theater Level    ..............         878,891        +878,891
        Assets
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +890,891
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -12,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   115 Land Forces      ..............       1,227,477      +1,227,477
        Operations
        Support
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............      +1,232,477
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -5,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   116 Aviation Assets  ..............       1,255,606      +1,255,606
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............      +1,355,606
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Maintain     ..............  ..............        -100,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Projected
            underexecu
            tion
   121 Force Readiness         408,031       3,114,315      +2,706,284
        Operations
        Support
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............      +2,824,284
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -60,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
           Restoring    ..............  ..............         -30,000
            acquisitio
            n
            accountabi
            lity:
            Synthetic
            Training
            Environmen
            t
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -20,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -8,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Reduce
            duplicatio
            n
   122 Land Forces             417,069         426,269          +9,200
        Systems
        Readiness
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -20,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
           Program      ..............  ..............          +3,300
            increase:
            Multi-Doma
            in Task
            Force-Powe
            r
            Projection
            Support
            Team
           Program      ..............  ..............          +2,500
            increase:
            Exercise
            integratio
            n and
            experiment
            ation
           Program      ..............  ..............          +2,300
            increase:
            MDO live
            fire
            capability
            demos
           Program      ..............  ..............          +2,000
            increase:
            Joint
            combined
            war games
           Program      ..............  ..............         +12,000
            increase:
            ICEWS unit
            integratio
            n and
            training
            support
           Program      ..............  ..............          +7,100
            increase:
            Pacific
            Multi-Doma
            in PED
            architectu
            re support
   123 Land Forces      ..............         983,327        +983,327
        Depot
        Maintenance
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +983,327
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
   131 Base Operations  ..............       7,976,933      +7,976,933
        Support
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............      +8,047,933
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -70,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -6,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Remove one-
            time
            fiscal
            year 2019
            cost
           Program      ..............  ..............          +5,000
            increase:
            PFAS
            remediatio
            n
   132 Facilities            4,326,840       4,330,840          +4,000
        Sustainment,
        Restoration &
        Modernization
           Program      ..............  ..............          +4,000
            increase:
            Advanced
            Manufactur
            ing COE
            sustainmen
            t
   141 US Africa               251,511         234,511         -17,000
        Command
           Transfer to  ..............  ..............         -17,000
            Title IX:
            Personnel
            Recovery
            and
            Casualty
            Evacuation
            Support
   143 US Southern             191,840         209,840         +18,000
        Command
           Program      ..............  ..............         +18,000
            increase:
            SOUTHCOM
            Multi-Miss
            ion
            support
            vessel
   213 Industrial                4,637           5,637          +1,000
        Preparedness
           Program      ..............  ..............          +1,000
            increase:
            Advanced
            Manufactur
            ing COE
            technology
            roadmappin
            g
   322 Flight Training       1,234,049       1,395,049        +161,000
           Program      ..............  ..............        +161,000
            increase:
            Aviation
            training
   331 Recruiting and          716,056         706,056         -10,000
        Advertising
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -10,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
            for
            Accessioni
            ng
            Informatio
            n
            Environmen
            t
   335 Junior Reserve          173,812         176,812          +3,000
        Officer
        Training Corps
           Program      ..............  ..............          +3,000
            increase
   411 Security              1,347,053       1,372,383         +25,330
        Programs
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,330
            increase:
            SOUTHCOM
            ISR
            Operations
            and
            Technical
            Network
            Analysis
            Center
           Program      ..............  ..............         +15,000
            increase:
            SOUTHCOM
            SAR
   424 Ammunition              458,771         451,771          -7,000
        Management
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -7,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   431 Administration          428,768         418,768         -10,000
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -10,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   432 Servicewide           1,512,736       1,472,736         -40,000
        Communications
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -40,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
   434 Other Personnel         391,869         361,869         -30,000
        Support
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -30,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   435 Other Service         1,901,165       1,881,165         -20,000
        Support
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -20,000
            Program
            Affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   438 Financial               315,489         287,489         -28,000
        Improvement
        and Audit
        Readiness
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -28,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
UNDIST Maintain         ..............        -100,000        -105,000
        program
        affordability:
        Overestimation
        of civilian
        FTE targets
UNDIST Transfer: THAAD  ..............          87,149         +87,149
        sustainment
        from O&M DW
        MDA line
UNDIST Program          ..............           1,000          +1,000
        increase:
        Public Law 115-
        68
        implementation
        at Combatant
        Commands
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Army Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization and 
Facility Reduction Funding.--The Committee supports the robust 
funding level requested in fiscal year 2020 for facility 
sustainment, restoration and modernization. The Secretary of 
the Army is encouraged to use a portion of these funds for the 
demolition of contaminated military facilities that are no 
longer in use.
    Energy Resilience.--Energy resilience promotes Army 
readiness by anticipating, preparing for, and adapting to 
changing conditions. It enables the Army to withstand, respond 
to, and recover from disruptions in the availability of energy, 
land, and water resources. The Committee encourages the 
Secretary of the Army to focus on the restoration of energy and 
water systems to critical facilities and to continue 
development and training on the resiliency of these systems.
    Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment.--The 
Committee commends the Army for taking the necessary steps to 
address capability gaps by modernizing cold weather 
organizational clothing and individual equipment [OCIE]. The 
Committee encourages the Secretary of the Army to make cold 
weather OCIE items, including handwear, available to all 
eligible soldiers as soon as possible. Further, the Committee 
supports efforts to support a strong domestic industrial base 
to ensure the availability of innovative and cost-effective 
cold weather OCIE items.
    United States Southern Command Synthetic Aperture Radar.--
The Committee recommends $15,000,000 in order to achieve a 
greater level of geospatial intelligence of the features, 
objects, activities and environments in the United States 
Southern Command [SOUTHCOM] area of operations. Further, the 
Committee recommends funds be used to leverage relationships 
with academic partners to establish a database of SAR-derived 
geospatial information for SOUTHCOM operations based on the 
most technically advanced SAR systems available and the use of 
automated intelligence and machine learning techniques.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Navy

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $48,034,826,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  25,952,718,000
Committee recommendation................................  48,200,088,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$48,200,088,000. This is $22,247,370,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     AIR OPERATIONS
  10 MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS                        ..............       4,659,109      +4,659,109
  20 FLEET AIR TRAINING                                              2,284,828       2,284,828  ..............
  30 AVIATION TECHNICAL DATA AND ENGINEERING SERVICES           ..............          59,299         +59,299
  40 AIR OPERATIONS AND SAFETY SUPPORT                                 155,896         155,896  ..............
  50 AIR SYSTEMS SUPPORT                                               719,107         719,107  ..............
  60 AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                 ..............       1,154,181      +1,154,181
  70 AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                  60,402          60,402  ..............
  80 AVIATION LOGISTICS                                              1,241,421       1,241,421  ..............
 
     SHIP OPERATIONS
  90 MISSION AND OTHER SHIP OPERATIONS                          ..............       3,297,262      +3,297,262
 100 SHIP OPERATIONS SUPPORT AND TRAINING                            1,031,792       1,031,792  ..............
 110 SHIP DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                     ..............       6,861,298      +6,861,298
 120 SHIP DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                              ..............       2,069,141      +2,069,141
 
     COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS/SUPPORT
 130 COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS                                           1,378,856       1,364,856         -14,000
 150 SPACE SYSTEMS AND SURVEILLANCE                                    276,245         276,245  ..............
 160 WARFARE TACTICS                                                   675,209         675,209  ..............
 170 OPERATIONAL METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY                          389,516         389,516  ..............
 180 COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES                                           1,536,310       1,463,310         -73,000
 190 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE                                             161,579         161,579  ..............
 210 COMBATANT COMMANDERS CORE OPERATIONS                               59,521          59,521  ..............
 220 COMBATANT COMMANDERS DIRECT MISSION SUPPORT                        93,978          98,978          +5,000
 230 MILITARY INFORMATION SUPPORT OPERATIONS                             8,641           8,641  ..............
 240 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES                                             496,385         496,385  ..............
 
     WEAPONS SUPPORT
 260 FLEET BALLISTIC MISSILE                                         1,423,339       1,423,339  ..............
 280 WEAPONS MAINTENANCE                                               924,069         914,069         -10,000
 290 OTHER WEAPON SYSTEMS SUPPORT                                      540,210         537,110          -3,100
 
     BASE SUPPORT
 300 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                               1,131,627       1,111,627         -20,000
 310 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION             3,029,634       3,029,634  ..............
 320 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                     ..............       4,346,943      +4,346,943
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 17,618,565      39,950,698     +22,332,133
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION
 
     READY RESERVE AND PREPOSITIONING FORCES
 330 SHIP PREPOSITIONING AND SURGE                                     942,902         922,902         -20,000
 340 READY RESERVE FORCE                                               352,044         352,044  ..............
 
     ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS
 360 SHIP ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS                                    427,555         402,555         -25,000
 
     MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS
 370 FLEET HOSPITAL PROGRAM                                            137,597         137,597  ..............
 390 COAST GUARD SUPPORT                                                24,604          24,604  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                  1,884,702       1,839,702         -45,000
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING
 
     ACCESSION TRAINING
 400 OFFICER ACQUISITION                                               150,765         150,765  ..............
 410 RECRUIT TRAINING                                                   11,584          11,584  ..............
 420 RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS                                   159,133         159,433            +300
 
     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING
 430 SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                                        911,316         911,316  ..............
 450 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                185,211         185,211  ..............
 460 TRAINING SUPPORT                                                  267,224         267,224  ..............
 
     RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION
 470 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        209,252         209,252  ..............
 480 OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                   88,902          88,902  ..............
 490 CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                    67,492          67,492  ..............
 500 JUNIOR ROTC                                                        55,164          55,164  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                  2,106,043       2,106,343            +300
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
 510 ADMINISTRATION                                                  1,143,358       1,127,358         -16,000
 530 CIVILIAN MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT                        178,342         178,342  ..............
 540 MILITARY MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT                        418,413         418,413  ..............
 
     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT
 580 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                        157,465         157,465  ..............
 600 PLANNING, ENGINEERING AND DESIGN                                  485,397         485,397  ..............
 610 ACQUISITION AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT                                654,137         647,137          -7,000
 
     SECURITY PROGRAMS
 650 NAVAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE                                       718,061         718,061  ..............
 
     OTHER PROGRAMS
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                    588,235         595,535          +7,300
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  4,343,408       4,327,708         -15,700
 
     REMOVAL OF ONE TIME fiscal year 2019 INCREASE              ..............        -100,000        -100,000
     TRANSFER: AEGIS SUSTAINMENT FROM OMDW MDA LINE             ..............          75,237         +75,237
     Public Law 115-68 IMPLEMENTATION AT COCOMS                 ..............             400            +400
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY                   25,952,718      48,200,088     +22,247,370
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           2020 budget      Committee      Change from
 Line         Item          estimate     recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1A1A Mission and     ..............       4,659,109      +4,659,109
        Other Flight
        Operations
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............      +4,659,109
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            II for
            base
            requireme
            nts
  1A3A Aviation        ..............          59,299         +59,299
        Technical
        Data &
        Engineering
        Services
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............         +59,299
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            II for
            base
            requireme
            nts
  1A5A Aircraft Depot  ..............       1,154,181      +1,154,181
        Maintenance
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............      +1,154,181
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            II for
            base
            requireme
            nts
  1B1B Mission and     ..............       3,297,262      +3,297,262
        Other Ship
        Operations
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............      +3,447,262
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            II for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Maintain    ..............  ..............        -150,000
            Program
            Affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  1B4B Ship Depot      ..............       6,861,298      +6,861,298
        Maintenance
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............      +8,061,298
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            II for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............      -1,200,000
            To Other
            Procureme
            nt, Navy
            line 23x
            for
            Pacific
            Fleet
            ship
            maintenan
            ce pilot
            program
  1B5B Ship Depot      ..............       2,069,141      +2,069,141
        Operations
        Support
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............      +2,073,641
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            II for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Maintain    ..............  ..............          -7,500
            Program
            Affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
           Program     ..............  ..............          +3,000
            increase:
            River
            Maintenan
            ce
            Dredging
  1C1C Combat               1,378,856       1,364,856         -14,000
        Communication
        s and
        Electronic
        Warfare
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -14,000
            Program
            Affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  1C6C Combat Support       1,536,310       1,463,310         -73,000
        Forces
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -64,000
            Program
            Affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
           Improving   ..............  ..............          -9,000
            funds
            managemen
            t:
            Program
            decrease
            unaccount
            ed for
  1CCM Combatant               93,978          98,978          +5,000
        Commanders
        Direct
        Mission
        Support
           Program     ..............  ..............          +5,000
            increase:
            Enduring
            posture
            site
            assessmen
            ts
            INDOPACOM
  1D4D Weapons                924,069         914,069         -10,000
        Maintenance
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -10,000
            Program
            Affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  1D7D Other Weapon           540,210         537,110          -3,100
        Systems
        Support
           Classified  ..............  ..............          -3,100
            adjustmen
            t
  BSIT Enterprise           1,131,627       1,111,627         -20,000
        Information
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -20,000
            Program
            Affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  BSS1 Base Operating  ..............       4,346,943      +4,346,943
        Support
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............      +4,414,943
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            II for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -40,000
            Program
            Affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
           Improving   ..............  ..............         -28,000
            funds
            managemen
            t: Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2019
            increase
  2A1F Ship                   942,902         922,902         -20,000
        Prepositionin
        g and Surge
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -20,000
            Program
            Affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  2B2G Ship                   427,555         402,555         -25,000
        Activations/
        Inactivations
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -25,000
            Program
            Affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  3A3J Reserve                159,133         159,433            +300
        Officers
        Training
        Corps
           Program     ..............  ..............            +300
            increase
  4A1M Administration       1,143,358       1,127,358         -16,000
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -16,000
            Program
            Affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  4B3N Acquisition,           654,137         647,137          -7,000
        Logistics and
        Oversight
           Maintain    ..............  ..............          -7,000
            Program
            Affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
   999 Classified             588,235         595,535          +7,300
        Programs
           Classified  ..............  ..............          +7,300
            adjustmen
            t
UNDIST Improving       ..............        -100,000        -100,000
        funds
        management:
        Removal of
        one-time
        fiscal year
        2019 increase
UNDIST Transfer:       ..............          75,237         +75,237
        AEGIS
        sustainment
        from O&MDW
        MDA line
UNDIST Program         ..............             400            +400
        increase:
        Public Law
        115-68
        implementatio
        n at
        Combatant
        Commands
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Private Contracted Ship Maintenance.--The fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request included bill language within 
Operation and Maintenance, Navy [O&M, Navy] designating the 
amount budgeted for private contracted ship maintenance as 
available for a 2-year period. The rationale behind extending 
the period of availability is that historically, ship 
maintenance has been a significant contributor to undisbursed 
balances in O&M, Navy, accounting for more than 20 percent of 
the annual unexpended balances. Arguably, a multi-year period 
of availability for ship maintenance funding would generate a 
substantial financial benefit and help to improve funding 
reversions to the Treasury.
    The Committee firmly believes that operation and 
maintenance funding shall continue to remain available for 1 
year. However, the Committee acknowledges that maintenance 
trends indicate pricing or growth in scope changes are 
occurring well after the fiscal year has ended. According to 
Navy data, approximately two-thirds of ship availabilities 
complete in the second year. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends a pilot program to fund the private contracted ship 
maintenance planned for the Pacific Fleet in fiscal year 2020 
through Other Procurement, Navy [OPN]. This proposal would 
provide the Department of the Navy with a solution to the 
challenges associated with ship maintenance by extending the 
period of availability.
    In this proposed pilot, the Secretary of the Navy shall 
target 100 percent obligation of the depot maintenance funding 
in OPN during the first fiscal year, but can retain the ability 
to reapply de-obligations to other increasing costs or emergent 
requirements. The pilot will also allow more flexibility to 
address requirements late in the fiscal year without 
unproductive time constraints, and enable de-obligations and 
re-obligations of appropriated funds more effectively in the 
second or third fiscal year. Finally, the Secretary of the Navy 
shall provide an annual assessment of the progress of the pilot 
program to the congressional defense committees, including 
benefits or disadvantages of continuing the pilot.
    Naval Shipyard Apprentice Program.--The Committee directs 
that during fiscal year 2020 the Navy shall induct classes of 
no fewer than 100 apprentices, respectively, at each of the 
naval shipyards. The Committee further directs the Navy to 
include the costs of the fiscal year 2021 class of apprentices 
in its budget request.
    U.S. Coast Guard.--The Committee is aware that Department 
of Defense [DoD] regulations currently restrict DoD mission 
appropriated funded activities from offering reimbursable rates 
to non-DoD agencies. This restriction forces the Navy to charge 
the U.S. Coast Guard fully burdened rates for drydocking 
services at Navy shipyards rather than reimbursable rates. 
Therefore, the Committee directs that funds appropriated under 
Operation and Maintenance, Navy may be used to pay overhead 
costs incurred by a Naval Shipyard when drydocking U.S. Coast 
Guard ships.
    Talent Management and Talent Acquisition.--The Committee is 
aware of a newly emerging class of artificial intelligence [AI] 
technology called Cross-Enterprise AI that could provide Navy 
Personnel Command the ability to use AI to integrate existing 
silos of data and systems to augment decisionmaking and drive 
better outcomes with little or no workflow or IT 
transformation. The Committee encourages the Secretary of the 
Navy to consider the return on investment and efficacy of 
leveraging commercial solutions that include cloud-based and 
rapidly configurable use dynamic model-based AI foundation to 
enable closed-loop machine learning on existing Navy enterprise 
systems.
    Virginia-Class Material.--The Committee is aware of the 
Department of Defense's March 12, 2019, Report to Congress on 
Submarine Depot Maintenance and is concerned with material 
availability and cost increases for depot maintenance of 
Virginia-class submarines. As noted in the report, a lack of 
material availability has contributed to an increase in costs, 
as well as increased reliance on cannibalization of material 
from other operational platforms in support of maintenance 
schedules, which adds to maintenance requirements and generates 
additional follow-on availability requirements. The Committee 
encourages the Secretary of the Navy to continue to update 
Virginia-class maintenance plans, improve material forecasting 
tools, and adjust acquisition strategies to resolve the need 
for cannibalization of materials and reduce risk of material 
not being available.

                Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $6,540,049,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   3,928,045,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,608,598,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$7,608,598,000. This is $3,680,553,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     EXPEDITIONARY FORCES
  10 OPERATIONAL FORCES                                         ..............         767,224        +767,224
  20 FIELD LOGISTICS                                                 1,278,533       1,264,533         -14,000
  30 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                          ..............         232,991        +232,991
 
     USMC PREPOSITIONING
  40 MARITIME PREPOSITIONING                                    ..............         100,396        +100,396
 
     COMBAT OPERATIONS/SUPPORT
  50 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES                                             203,580         203,580  ..............
 
     BASE SUPPORT
  60 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION             1,115,742       1,559,034        +443,292
  70 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                     ..............       2,150,650      +2,150,650
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  2,597,855       6,278,408      +3,680,553
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING
 
     ACCESSION TRAINING
  80 RECRUIT TRAINING                                                   21,240          21,240  ..............
  90 OFFICER ACQUISITION                                                 1,168           1,168  ..............
 
     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING
 100 SPECIALIZED SKILLS TRAINING                                       106,601         106,601  ..............
 110 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                 49,095          49,095  ..............
 120 TRAINING SUPPORT                                                  407,315         407,315  ..............
 
     RECRUITING AND OTHER TRAINING EDUCATION
 130 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        210,475         210,475  ..............
 140 OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                   42,810          42,810  ..............
 150 JUNIOR ROTC                                                        25,183          25,183  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                    863,887         863,887  ..............
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT
 160 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                         29,894          29,894  ..............
 170 ADMINISTRATION                                                    384,352         384,352  ..............
 
     SECURITY PROGRAMS
     SECURITY PROGRAMS                                                  52,057          52,057  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    466,303         466,303  ..............
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS            3,928,045       7,608,598      +3,680,553
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1A1A Operational      ..............         767,224        +767,224
        Forces
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +768,224
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -11,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,000
            increase:
            Marine
            hearing
            enhancemen
            t and
            protection
  1A2A Field Logistics       1,278,533       1,264,533         -14,000
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -14,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
  1A3A Depot            ..............         232,991        +232,991
        Maintenance
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +232,991
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
  1B1B Maritime         ..............         100,396        +100,396
        Prepositioning
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +100,396
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
  BSM1 Sustainment,          1,115,742       1,559,034        +443,292
        Restoration &
        Modernization
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +443,292
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
  BSS1 Base Operating   ..............       2,150,650      +2,150,650
        Support
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............      +2,200,650
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -30,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -30,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,000
            increase:
            AFFF
            requiremen
            ts
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $40,379,184,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  21,278,499,000
Committee recommendation................................  43,092,286,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$43,092,286,000. This is $21,813,787,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     AIR OPERATIONS
  10 PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES                                             729,127         729,127  ..............
  20 COMBAT ENHANCEMENT FORCES                                       1,318,770       1,358,770         +40,000
  30 AIR OPERATIONS TRAINING                                         1,486,790       1,348,970        -137,820
  40 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                          ..............       2,646,792      +2,646,792
  50 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION             3,675,824       4,142,435        +466,611
  50 CYBERSPACE SUSTAINMENT                                     ..............         228,811        +228,811
  60 CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT AND SYSTEM SUPPORT            ..............       8,329,364      +8,329,364
  70 FLYING HOUR PROGRAM                                        ..............       3,248,773      +3,248,773
  80 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                     ..............       7,181,487      +7,181,487
 
     COMBAT RELATED OPERATIONS
  90 GLOBAL C3I AND EARLY WARNING                                      964,553         964,553  ..............
 100 OTHER COMBAT OPERATIONS SUPPORT PROGRAMS                        1,032,307       1,032,307  ..............
 110 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES                                             670,076         670,076  ..............
 
     SPACE OPERATIONS
 130 LAUNCH FACILITIES                                                 179,980         179,980  ..............
 140 SPACE CONTROL SYSTEMS                                             467,990         467,990  ..............
 
     COCOM
 170 US NORTHCOM/NORAD                                                 184,655         184,655  ..............
 180 US STRATCOM                                                       478,357         478,357  ..............
 190 US CYBERCOM                                                       323,121         347,921         +24,800
 200 US CENTCOM                                                        160,989         160,989  ..............
 210 US SOCOM                                                            6,225           6,225  ..............
 220 US TRANSCOM                                                           544             544  ..............
 220 CENTCOM CYBERSPACE SUSTAINMENT                                      2,073           2,073  ..............
 230 USSPACECOM                                                         70,588          70,588  ..............
 
     OPERATING FORCES
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                             1,322,944       1,319,883          -3,061
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                 13,074,913      35,100,670     +22,025,757
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION
 
     MOBILITY OPERATIONS
 230 AIRLIFT OPERATIONS                                              1,158,142       1,158,142  ..............
 240 MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS                                         138,672         138,672  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2                                  1,296,814       1,296,814  ..............
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING
 
     ACCESSION TRAINING
 280 OFFICER ACQUISITION                                               130,835         130,835  ..............
 290 RECRUIT TRAINING                                                   26,021          26,021  ..............
 300 RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)                             121,391         121,391  ..............
 
     BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING
 330 SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING                                        454,539         414,539         -40,000
 340 FLIGHT TRAINING                                                   600,565         600,565  ..............
 350 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION                                282,788         282,788  ..............
 360 TRAINING SUPPORT                                                  123,988         113,988         -10,000
 
     RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION
 380 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        167,731         167,731  ..............
 390 EXAMINING                                                           4,576           4,576  ..............
 400 OFF DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION                                  211,911         211,911  ..............
 410 CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                   219,021         214,021          -5,000
 420 JUNIOR ROTC                                                        62,092          65,092          +3,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                  2,405,458       2,353,458         -52,000
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     LOGISTICS OPERATIONS
 430 LOGISTICS OPERATIONS                                              664,926         664,926  ..............
 440 TECHNICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                      101,483         101,483  ..............
 
     SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 480 ADMINISTRATION                                                    892,480         892,480  ..............
 490 SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                        152,532         122,532         -30,000
 500 OTHER SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES                                    1,254,089       1,204,089         -50,000
 510 CIVIL AIR PATROL CORPORATION                                       30,070          39,100          +9,030
 
     SUPPORT TO OTHER NATIONS
 530 INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT                                             136,110         136,110  ..............
 
     SECURITY PROGRAMS
     SECURITY PROGRAMS                                               1,269,624       1,269,624  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                  4,501,314       4,430,344         -70,970
 
     UNJUSTIFIED GROWTH                                         ..............         -90,000         -90,000
     Public Law 115-68 IMPLEMENTATION AT COCOMS                 ..............           1,000          +1,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE              21,278,499      43,092,286     +21,813,787
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           2020 budget      Committee      Change from
 Line         Item          estimate     recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  011C Combat               1,318,770       1,358,770         +40,000
        Enhancement
        Forces
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............         +40,000
            Air Force-
            requested
            transfer
            from RDAF
            line 234
            for Multi
            Domain
            Command
            and
            Control
  011D Air Operations       1,486,790       1,348,970        -137,820
        Training
        (OJT,
        Maintain
        Skills)
           Maintain    ..............  ..............        -100,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
            for
            contract
            air
            services
           Improving   ..............  ..............         -33,000
            funds
            managemen
            t:
            Program
            decrease
            unaccount
            ed for
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............          -4,820
            Air Force-
            requested
            transfer
            to OPAF
            line 27
            for SCARS
  011M Depot Purchase  ..............       2,646,792      +2,646,792
        Equipment
        Maintenance
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............      +2,684,792
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            II for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Improving   ..............  ..............         -38,000
            funds
            managemen
            t: Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2019
            increase
  011R Facilities           3,675,824       4,142,435        +466,611
        Sustainment,
        Restoration &
        Modernization
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............        +466,611
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            II for
            base
            requireme
            nts
  011V Cyberspace      ..............         228,811        +228,811
        Sustainment
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............        +228,811
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            II for
            base
            requireme
            nts
  011W Contractor      ..............       8,329,364      +8,329,364
        Logistics
        Support and
        System
        Support
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............      +8,329,364
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            II for
            base
            requireme
            nts
  011Y Flying Hour     ..............       3,248,773      +3,248,773
        Program
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............      +3,398,773
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            II for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Maintain    ..............  ..............        -150,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  011Z Base Support    ..............       7,181,487      +7,181,487
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............      +7,223,982
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            II for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Improving   ..............  ..............         -40,000
            funds
            managemen
            t: Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2019
            increase
           Transfer:   ..............  ..............          -4,495
            Air Force-
            requested
            transfer
            to O&M
            Air
            National
            Guard for
            environme
            ntal
            complianc
            e
           Program     ..............  ..............          +2,000
            increase:
            Civil
            engineers
            equipment
  015E US CYBERCOM            323,121         347,921         +24,800
           Program     ..............  ..............          +5,300
            increase:
            Cyber
            National
            Mission
            Force
            Mobile &
            Modular
            Hunt
            Forward
            Kit
           Program     ..............  ..............          +1,500
            increase:
            Cyber
            National
            Mission
            Force
            Capabilit
            y
            Accelerat
            ion Plan
           Program     ..............  ..............         +18,000
            increase:
            ETERNALDA
            RKNESS
   999 Classified           1,322,944       1,319,883          -3,061
        Programs
           Classified  ..............  ..............          -6,250
            adjustmen
            t
           Program     ..............  ..............          +3,189
            increase:
            SOUTHCOM
            Counter
            Threat
            Network
            Cell
  032A Specialized            454,539         414,539         -40,000
        Skill
        Training
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -40,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  032D Training               123,988         113,988         -10,000
        Support
           Improving   ..............  ..............         -10,000
            funds
            managemen
            t: Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2019
            increase
  033D Civilian               219,021         214,021          -5,000
        Education and
        Training
           Improving   ..............  ..............          -5,000
            funds
            managemen
            t: Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2019
            increase
  033E Junior ROTC             62,092          65,092          +3,000
           Program     ..............  ..............          +3,000
            increase:
            Pilot
            scholarsh
            ip
            program
  042B Servicewide            152,532         122,532         -30,000
        Communication
        s
           Maintain    ..............  ..............         -30,000
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed growth
  042G Other                1,254,089       1,204,089         -50,000
        Servicewide
        Activities
           Improving   ..............  ..............         -30,000
            funds
            managemen
            t: Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2019
            increase
           Improving   ..............  ..............         -20,000
            funds
            managemen
            t:
            Program
            decrease
            unaccount
            ed for
  042I Civil Air               30,070          39,100          +9,030
        Patrol
           Program     ..............  ..............          +7,163
            increase:
            Civil Air
            Patrol
           Program     ..............  ..............          +1,867
            increase:
            Civil Air
            Patrol-co
            mmunicati
            on
            equipment
UNDIST Maintain        ..............         -90,000         -90,000
        program
        affordability
        : Unjustified
        growth
UNDIST Program         ..............           1,000          +1,000
        increase:
        Public Law
        115-68
        implementatio
        n at
        Combatant
        Commands
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Mission Defense Teams.--Mission Defense Teams are an 
organic pathfinder capability assigned to Air Force wing 
commands and are charged with identifying, analyzing and 
defending the Air Force's most critical assets from 
adversaries. The Committee encourages the Secretary of the Air 
Force to provide robust funding levels for Defensive Cyberspace 
Operations to help these highly qualified teams keep up with 
emerging threats and vulnerabilities in order to reduce overall 
risk to mission.
    Air Force Auxiliary Airfield Runway Replacement.--Gila Bend 
Air Force Auxiliary Field is an emergency landing and training 
facility used by Luke Air Force Base and Davis-Monthan Air 
Force Base aircraft and units from other nearby bases using the 
Barry M. Goldwater Air Force Range complex. The Committee 
encourages the Secretary of the Air Force to prioritize funding 
the replacement of the current end-of-runway turnaround at Gila 
Bend Air Force Auxiliary Field to accommodate increased air 
traffic.

                 Operation and Maintenance, Space Force

Appropriations, 2019....................................................
Budget estimate, 2020...................................     $72,436,000
Committee recommendation................................      72,436,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $72,436,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
               OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, SPACE FORCE
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     AIR OPERATIONS
 270 BASE SUPPORT                                                       72,436          72,436  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                     72,436          72,436  ..............
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, SPACE FORCE                72,436          72,436  ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Operation and Maintenance, Space Force.--Adversary 
development of space systems, to both offensively and 
defensively counter U.S. space superiority is a growing 
national security challenge. In the past few years the Air 
Force has taken steps to bolster our space capabilities and 
defenses, but the Committee believes more must be done to 
increase the integration of military capabilities in space into 
the planning and execution of military operations, and to 
improve the acquisition of new technologies for space 
operations. While targeted and even increased spending can 
certainly help improve our space capabilities, integration and 
strategic space challenges are not likely to be addressed 
without improving integration of space warfighters with the 
combatant commands and streamlining acquisition procedures. 
Such change efforts have minimal costs with potentially 
substantial impacts. Moreover, devoting more resources to space 
operations without a strategic plan may only result in more 
bureaucracy, overhead, and duplication. The approach for the 
future of space operations must have an appropriate balance of 
increasing warfighting capability, improving acquisition 
efficiency, and minimizing bureaucratic growth.
    The recommendation includes $72,436,000, which is equal to 
the budget request and the amount authorized in S. 1790, the 
National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020, as 
passed by the Senate, for Operation and Maintenance, Space 
Force. The Committee notes that of these amounts, $53,845,000 
was requested to conduct studies and analysis necessary for the 
efficient implementation of the Space Force, $8,686,000 was 
requested for transfer of certain civilian positions from other 
appropriations, and $9,905,000 was requested for the hire of 65 
full time equivalents.
    This allocation of funds constitutes a reasonable approach 
to examining and informing Congress and the Department of 
Defense on critical issues regarding the establishment of a 
Space Force and limiting bureaucratic growth before major 
implementation decisions are made. Accordingly, the Committee 
directs the Secretary of the Air Force to provide a spend plan 
broken out by month for fiscal year 2020 for the Operation and 
Maintenance, Space Force funding to the congressional defense 
committees not later than 30 days after the enactment of this 
act. The spend plan shall include, but not be limited to, 
funding for civilian personnel (including the number of full 
time equivalents), supplies and materials, and contract 
support. If there is a change to the spend plan in any given 
month, the Secretary of the Air Force shall provide written 
notification to the congressional defense committees not later 
than 10 days following the end of that month explaining any 
adjustments.

                Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $35,613,354,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  37,399,341,000
Committee recommendation................................  37,236,175,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$37,236,175,000. This is $163,166,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
  10 JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF                                             409,542         392,542         -17,000
  20 JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF                                             579,179         579,179  ..............
  30 JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF--CYBER                                       24,598          24,598  ..............
  40 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND COMBAT DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES        1,075,762       1,070,262          -5,500
  50 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES                   14,409          14,409  ..............
  60 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND INTELLIGENCE                           501,747         480,885         -20,862
  70 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND MAINTENANCE                            559,300         540,057         -19,243
  80 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND MANAGEMENT/OPERATIONAL                 177,928         177,928  ..............
      HEADQUARTERS
  90 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND OPERATIONAL SUPPORT                    925,262         925,149            -113
 100 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND THEATER FORCES                       2,764,738       2,723,421         -41,317
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  7,032,465       6,928,430        -104,035
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING
  50 DEFENSE ACQUISITION UNIVERSITY                                    180,250         180,250  ..............
  60 JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND          100,610         100,610  ..............
      EDUCATION
  70 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT                33,967          33,967  ..............
      EDUCATION
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3                                    314,827         314,827  ..............
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
  80 CIVIL MILITARY PROGRAMS                                           165,707         245,063         +79,356
 100 DEFENSE CONTRACT AUDIT AGENCY                                     627,467         627,467  ..............
 190 DEFENSE CONTRACT AUDIT AGENCY--CYBER                                3,362           3,362  ..............
 110 DEFENSE CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AGENCY                              1,438,068       1,423,068         -15,000
 210 DEFENSE CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AGENCY--CYBER                          24,391          24,391  ..............
 120 DEFENSE HUMAN RESOURCES ACTIVITY                                  892,438         952,438         +60,000
 130 DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY                              2,012,885       1,992,885         -20,000
 240 DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY--CYBER                         601,223         636,360         +35,137
 150 DEFENSE LEGAL SERVICES AGENCY                                      34,632          34,632  ..............
 160 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY                                          415,699         432,999         +17,300
 170 DEFENSE MEDIA ACTIVITY                                            202,792         202,792  ..............
 180 DEFENSE PERSONNEL ACCOUNTING AGENCY                               144,881         153,881          +9,000
 190 DEFENSE SECURITY COOPERATION AGENCY                               696,884         667,133         -29,751
 200 DEFENSE COUNTERINTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY AGENCY                   889,664         894,664          +5,000
 340 DEFENSE COUNTERINTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY AGENCY--CYBER              9,220          12,220          +3,000
 360 DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATION CENTER                                3,000           3,000  ..............
 220 DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY SECURITY AGENCY                                 35,626          35,626  ..............
 230 DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY                                   568,133         568,133  ..............
 400 DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY--CYBER                             13,339          13,339  ..............
 250 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE EDUCATION ACTIVITY                        2,932,226       2,917,226         -15,000
 280 OFFICE OF ECONOMIC ADJUSTMENT                                      59,513         134,513         +75,000
 290 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE                              1,604,738       1,607,738          +3,000
 420 MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY                                            522,529         438,473         -84,056
 470 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE--CYBER                          48,783          48,783  ..............
 480 SPACE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY                                           44,750          44,750  ..............
 310 WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS SERVICES                                  324,001         324,001  ..............
 
     OTHER PROGRAMS                                                 15,736,098      15,640,381         -95,717
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                 30,052,049      30,079,318         +27,269
 
     SEXUAL TRAUMA TREATMENT PILOT PROGRAM                      ..............           2,000          +2,000
     UNJUSTIFIED GROWTH                                         ..............         -80,000         -80,000
     BUDGET JUSTIFICATION INCONSISTENCIES                       ..............         -25,000         -25,000
     VIETNAM DIOXIN REMEDIATION                                 ..............          15,000         +15,000
     Public Law 115-68 IMPLEMENTATION AT COCOMS                 ..............           1,600          +1,600
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE           37,399,341      37,236,175        -163,166
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1PL1 Joint Chiefs of         409,542         392,542         -17,000
        Staff
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -12,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -5,000
            funds
            management
            : Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2019
            costs
  1PL6 Special               1,075,762       1,070,262          -5,500
        Operations
        Command Combat
        Development
        Activities
           Classified   ..............  ..............          -5,500
            adjustment
  1PLU Special                 501,747         480,885         -20,862
        Operations
        Command
        Intelligence
           Insufficien  ..............  ..............          -2,181
            t budget
            justificat
            ion:
            Repricing
            civilian
            personnel
            realignmen
            ts
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -1,504
            funds
            management
            : Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2019
            increase
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -7,318
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -9,959
            funds
            management
            : Revised
            program
            baseline
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -2,200
            funds
            management
            :
            Overestima
            tion of
            contractor
            FTE
           Program      ..............  ..............          +2,300
            increase:
            Identity
            Management
  1PL7 Special                 559,300         540,057         -19,243
        Operations
        Command
        Maintenance
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -5,276
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
           Insufficien  ..............  ..............          -2,512
            t budget
            justificat
            ion:
            Inconsiste
            ncies in
            budget
            materials
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -11,455
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d program
            baseline
  1PLV Special                 925,262         925,149            -113
        Operations
        Command
        Operational
        Support
           Maintain     ..............  ..............            -675
            program
            affordabil
            ity: Base
            support
            pricing
            adjustment
           Insufficien  ..............  ..............          -7,715
            t budget
            justificat
            ion: One-
            time base
            support
            decreases
            not
            properly
            accounted
            for
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -10,646
            funds
            management
            :
            Underexecu
            tion
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -7,899
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -1,678
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
           Program      ..............  ..............         +28,500
            increase:
            Identity
            Management
  1PLR Special               2,764,738       2,723,421         -41,317
        Operations
        Command
        Theater Forces
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -13,440
            funds
            management
            : Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2019
            increase
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -1,096
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d CLS
            growth
           Insufficien  ..............  ..............            -881
            t budget
            justificat
            ion:
            Repricing
            civilian
            personnel
            realignmen
            ts
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -20,900
            funds
            management
            :
            Overestima
            tion of
            flying
            hours
           Transfer     ..............  ..............          -5,000
            Preservati
            on of the
            Force and
            Family-Beh
            avioral
            Health:
            SOCOM-requ
            ested to
            DHP O&M In-
            House Care
  4GT3 Civil Military          165,707         245,063         +79,356
        Programs
           Program      ..............  ..............         +50,000
            increase:
            National
            Guard
            Youth
            Challenge
           Program      ..............  ..............         +15,000
            increase:
            STARBASE
           Program      ..............  ..............         +14,356
            increase:
            Innovative
            Readiness
            Training
  4GTO Defense               1,438,068       1,423,068         -15,000
        Contract
        Management
        Agency
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -20,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decreases
            unaccounte
            d for
           Program      ..............  ..............          +5,000
            increase:
            Demonstrat
            ion
            project
            for
            contractor
            s
            employing
            persons
            with
            disabiliti
            es
  4GT8 Defense Human           892,438         952,438         +60,000
        Resources
        Activity
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -10,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
           Program      ..............  ..............         +35,000
            increase:
            Special
            Victims'
            Counsel
           Program      ..............  ..............         +20,000
            increase:
            Beyond the
            Yellow
            Ribbon
           Program      ..............  ..............         +15,000
            increase:
            Defense
            Language
            Training
            Centers
  4GT9 Defense               2,012,885       1,992,885         -20,000
        Information
        Systems Agency
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -20,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
  4GU9 Defense                 601,223         636,360         +35,137
        Information
        Systems Agency-
        Cyber
           Transfer     ..............  ..............         +35,137
            from O&MDW
            line 999:
            Sharkseer
  4GTB Defense                 415,699         432,999         +17,300
        Logistics
        Agency
           Program      ..............  ..............         +17,300
            increase:
            Procuremen
            t
            Technical
            Assistance
            Program
  4GTC Defense                 144,881         153,881          +9,000
        Personnel
        Accounting
        Agency
           Program      ..............  ..............          +9,000
            increase:
            Missing in
            Action
            accounting
            program
  4GTD Defense                 696,884         667,133         -29,751
        Security
        Cooperation
        Agency
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -30,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............            +249
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for George
            C.
            Marshall
            Center
  4GTE Defense                 889,664         894,664          +5,000
        Counterintelli
        gence and
        Security
        Agency
           Program      ..............  ..............          +5,000
            increase:
            Access to
            criminal
            records
            for local
            law
            enforcemen
            t
  4GTG Defense                   9,220          12,220          +3,000
        Counterintelli
        gence and
        Security
        Agency-Cyber
           Program      ..............  ..............          +3,000
            increase:
            Defensive
            cyber and
            counterint
            elligence
            operations
  4GTJ Department of         2,932,226       2,917,226         -15,000
        Defense
        Education
        Activity
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -20,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Overestima
            tion of
            civilian
            FTE
            targets
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -50,000
            funds
            management
            : Remove
            one-time
            fiscal
            year 2019
            increase
           Program      ..............  ..............         +40,000
            increase:
            Impact Aid
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,000
            increase:
            Impact Aid
            for
            children
            with
            disabiliti
            es
           Program      ..............  ..............          +5,000
            increase:
            Family
            advocacy
            program
  4GTM Office of                59,513         134,513         +75,000
        Economic
        Adjustment
           Program      ..............  ..............         +75,000
            increase:
            Defense
            Community
            Infrastruc
            ture
            Program
  4GTN Office of the         1,604,738       1,607,738          +3,000
        Secretary of
        Defense
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -37,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,000
            increase:
            CDC water
            contaminat
            ion study
            and
            assessment
           Program      ..............  ..............          +5,000
            increase:
            WWII
            Commemorat
            ive
            program
           Program      ..............  ..............          +4,000
            increase:
            Interstate
            compacts
            for
            licensure
            and
            credential
            ing
           Program      ..............  ..............          +3,000
            increase:
            National
            Commission
            on
            Military
            Aviation
            Safety
           Program      ..............  ..............          +5,000
            increase:
            Cyber
            institutes
           Program      ..............  ..............          +3,000
            increase:
            Resilience
            planning
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,000
            increase:
            Readiness
            and
            Environmen
            tal
            Protection
            Initiative
  011A Missile Defense         522,529         438,473         -84,056
        Agency
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -12,670
            funds
            management
            : THAAD
            prior year
            underexecu
            tion
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............         -87,149
            THAAD
            sustainmen
            t to O&M
            Army
            Undistribu
            ted
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............         -75,237
            AEGIS
            sustainmen
            t to O&M
            Navy
            Undistribu
            ted
           Program      ..............  ..............         +16,000
            increase:
            Electronic
            Equipment
            Unit
            modernizat
            ion
           Program      ..............  ..............         +15,000
            increase:
            Cooling
            Equipment
            Unit
            refurbishm
            ent
           Program      ..............  ..............          +3,000
            increase:
            Cooling
            Equipment
            Unit
            refurbishm
            ent kits
           Program      ..............  ..............         +57,000
            increase:
            Spares
  9999 Classified           15,736,098      15,640,381         -95,717
        Programs
           Classified   ..............  ..............         -60,580
            adjustment
           Transfer to  ..............  ..............         -35,137
            DISA:
            Sharkseer
UNDIST Maintain         ..............         -80,000         -80,000
        program
        affordability:
        Unjustified
        growth
UNDIST Maintain         ..............         -25,000         -25,000
        program
        affordability:
        Budget
        justification
        inconsistencie
        s
UNDIST Program          ..............           2,000          +2,000
        increase:
        Sexual trauma
        treatment
        pilot program
UNDIST Program          ..............          15,000         +15,000
        increase:
        Vietnam Dioxin
        Remediation
UNDIST Program          ..............           1,600          +1,600
        increase:
        Public Law 115-
        68
        implementation
        at Combatant
        Commands
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Special Victims' Counsel Program.--The Committee remains 
concerned with the level of sexual assault in the military and 
supports the Department's continuing efforts to strengthen its 
sexual assault prevention and response program. The needs of 
victims of sexual assault for legal advice and guidance are 
particularly acute. To ensure that the Department continues to 
make progress protecting a victim's confidentiality and ending 
alienation during the investigation and prosecution of their 
case, the Committee recommends $35,000,000 for implementation 
of the Special Victims' Counsel Program across the services.
    Defense Language and National Security Education Office.--
The Committee recognizes that, in partnership with universities 
across the country, the Defense Language and National Security 
Education Office provides critical college accredited training 
for service members and government officials in a number of 
languages and strategic cultures. The Committee encourages the 
Department of Defense to continue placing a high priority on 
the Language Training Centers and the Language Flagship 
strategic language training program and designates the funding 
included in the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request for 
the Language Training Centers as a congressional special 
interest item.
    Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency.--The Committee remains 
committed to the significant remains recovery goals outlined in 
the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2010 
(Public Law 111-84) and commends the Defense POW/MIA Accounting 
Agency [DPAA] for undertaking trial contracts with Carnegie R1 
Research Universities in furtherance of that goal. These 
partnerships have significantly increased recovery rates while 
also generating savings of approximately seventy percent 
compared to prior internal efforts. In light of this progress 
and the continued need for additional recovery efforts, the 
Committee recommends an additional $15,000,000 for DPAA to 
expand this pilot effort into a systematic research and 
recovery process through partnerships with Carnegie R1 research 
universities.
    Military Childcare.--The Committee recognizes the 
importance of military childcare to readiness and retention 
goals, and understands the strain that lack of access can put 
on servicemembers and their families. The Committee is 
concerned that the Department of Defense lacks a comprehensive 
plan to address the shortage of available childcare in many 
locations. Therefore, the Committee directs the Secretary of 
Defense, in conjunction with the service secretaries, to submit 
to the congressional defense committees a report on the current 
status of Department of Defense childcare, efforts underway to 
increase childcare capacity, and recommendations on reducing 
availability shortfalls. The report shall detail capacity, 
enrollment, staffing, and waitlist data for all childcare 
facilities to include child development centers, before and 
after school programs, and family childcare programs. The 
report shall also include: overall and current facility 
capacity, current facility enrollment, the process for 
determining capacity, current waitlist and estimated time to 
placement, average salary for direct care staff and staffing 
shortfalls, and processes for determining funding allocations. 
The report shall also consider the degree to which childcare is 
available in the community through the fee-assistance program, 
the number of families receiving fee assistance, the fee 
assistance wait list, and the amount subsidized per child. 
Finally, the report shall include information on childcare 
facilities where normal operations were interrupted by the 
deterioration of facility infrastructure or conditions that do 
not meet the relevant standards set by the Department or 
outside expert organizations. Based on this data, the report 
shall conclude with a prioritized list of the top 50 overall 
child development center construction requirements for new, 
refurbishment, or expansion, which shall be ranked in order of 
need. The report shall detail each service's process for 
prioritization of child development program construction 
requirements in relation to the overall service construction 
requirement. This report shall be submitted not later than 180 
days after the enactment of this act.
    Sexual Trauma Treatment Pilot Program.--The Committee 
recommends $2,000,000 to implement section 702 of the National 
Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 (Public Law 115-
232), A Pilot Program on Treatment of Members of the Armed 
Forces for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Related to Military 
Sexual Trauma. The Committee encourages the Secretary of 
Defense to take the following actions associated with this 
proposed increase: (1) that this funding be used in partnership 
with public, private, and/or non-profit healthcare 
organizations, universities and/or institutions which meet the 
criteria set forth in section 702, (2) to enable testing of new 
models of care that would be evidence-based and measurable, and 
(3) to use a value-based purchasing structure for this pilot 
program, in addition to a defined grant amount to cover the 
necessary associated costs.
    Security Assistance Reporting Requirements.--The Secretary 
of Defense is directed to submit reports, on a quarterly basis, 
to the congressional defense committees not later than 30 days 
after the last day of each quarter of the fiscal year that 
detail commitment, obligation, and expenditure data by sub-
activity group for Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide, 
Defense Security Cooperation Agency.

                Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $2,781,402,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   1,080,103,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,990,610,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,990,610,000. This is $1,910,507,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RESERVE
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     LAND FORCES
  10 MODULAR SUPPORT BRIGADES                                   ..............          11,927         +11,927
  20 ECHELONS ABOVE BRIGADES                                    ..............         533,015        +533,015
  30 THEATER LEVEL ASSETS                                       ..............         119,517        +119,517
  40 LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT                             ..............         543,468        +543,468
  50 AVIATION ASSETS                                            ..............          86,670         +86,670
 
     LAND FORCES READINESS
  60 FORCES READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT                               390,061         390,061  ..............
  70 LAND FORCES SYSTEM READINESS                                      101,890         101,890  ..............
  80 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                          ..............          48,503         +48,503
 
     LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT
  90 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                    ..............         592,407        +592,407
 100 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION               444,376         444,376  ..............
 110 MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS HEADQUARTERS                             22,095          22,095  ..............
 120 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES--CYBERSPACE OPERATIONS                        3,288           3,288  ..............
 130 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES--CYBERSECURITY                                7,655           7,655  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                    969,365       2,904,872      +1,935,507
 
     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 120 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                         14,533          14,533  ..............
 130 ADMINISTRATION                                                     17,231          17,231  ..............
 140 SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                         14,304          14,304  ..............
 150 PERSONNEL/FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION                                  6,129           6,129  ..............
 160 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                         58,541          58,541  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    110,738         110,738  ..............
 
     OVERESTIMATION OF CIVILIAN FTE TARGETS                     ..............         -25,000         -25,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RESERVE            1,080,103       2,990,610      +1,910,507
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   112 Maneuver Units   ..............          11,927         +11,927
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............         +11,927
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
   113 Echelons Above   ..............         533,015        +533,015
        Brigade
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +533,015
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
   114 Theater Level    ..............         119,517        +119,517
        Assets
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +119,517
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
   115 Land Forces      ..............         543,468        +543,468
        Operations
        Support
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +550,468
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Maintain     ..............  ..............          -7,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
   116 Aviation Assets  ..............          86,670         +86,670
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............         +86,670
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
   123 Land Forces      ..............          48,503         +48,503
        Depot
        Maintenance
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............         +48,503
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
   131 Base Operations  ..............         592,407        +592,407
        Support
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +598,907
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -6,500
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
UNDIST Maintain         ..............         -25,000         -25,000
        program
        affordability:
        Overestimation
        of civilian
        FTE targets
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $1,018,006,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................     261,284,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,100,116,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,100,116,000. This is $838,832,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY RESERVE
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     RESERVE AIR OPERATIONS
  10 MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS                        ..............         629,220        +629,220
  20 INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE                                            8,767           8,767  ..............
  30 AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                 ..............         108,236        +108,236
  40 AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                     463             463  ..............
  50 AVIATION LOGISTICS                                                 26,014          26,014  ..............
 
     RESERVE SHIP OPERATIONS
  60 SHIP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AND TRAINING                                 583             583  ..............
 
     RESERVE COMBAT OPERATIONS SUPPORT
  70 COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS                                              17,883          17,883  ..............
  80 COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES                                             128,079         128,079  ..............
  90 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES                                                 356             356  ..............
 
     RESERVE WEAPONS SUPPORT
 100 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                  26,133          26,133  ..............
 
     BASE OPERATING SUPPORT
 110 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                35,397          35,397  ..............
 120 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                     ..............         101,376        +101,376
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                    243,675       1,082,507        +838,832
 
     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 130 ADMINISTRATION                                                      1,888           1,888  ..............
 140 MILITARY MANPOWER & PERSONNEL                                      12,778          12,778  ..............
 160 ACQUISITION AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT                                  2,943           2,943  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                     17,609          17,609  ..............
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY RESERVE              261,284       1,100,116        +838,832
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1A1A Mission and      ..............         629,220        +629,220
        Other Flight
        Operations
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +654,220
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -25,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Projected
            underexecu
            tion
  1A5A Aircraft Depot   ..............         108,236        +108,236
        Maintenance
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +108,236
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
  BSSR Base Operating   ..............         101,376         101,376
        Support
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +101,376
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve

Appropriations, 2019....................................    $271,570,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................      61,090,000
Committee recommendation................................     292,076,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $292,076,000. 
This is $230,986,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS RESERVE
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     EXPEDITIONARY FORCES
  10 OPERATING FORCES                                           ..............         106,484        +106,484
  20 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                          ..............          18,429         +18,429
  30 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION                47,516          47,516  ..............
  40 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                     ..............         106,073        +106,073
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                     47,516         278,502        +230,986
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
  60 ADMINISTRATION                                                     13,574          13,574  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                     13,574          13,574  ..............
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS                 61,090         292,076        +230,986
            RESERVE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1A1A Operating        ..............         106,484        +106,484
        Forces
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +106,484
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
  1A3A Depot            ..............          18,429         +18,429
        Maintenance
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............         +18,429
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
  BSS1 Base Operating   ..............         106,073        +106,073
        Support
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +106,073
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
------------------------------------------------------------------------

              Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $3,191,734,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   2,231,445,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,222,818,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,222,818,000. This is $991,373,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
            OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE RESERVE
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     AIR OPERATIONS
  10 PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES                                           1,781,413       1,736,413         -45,000
  20 MISSION SUPPORT OPERATIONS                                        209,650         209,650  ..............
  30 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                          ..............         494,235        +494,235
  40 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION               128,746         128,746  ..............
  70 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES                                               1,673           1,673  ..............
  50 CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT AND SYSTEM SUPPORT            ..............         256,512        +256,512
  60 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                     ..............         380,626        +380,626
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  2,121,482       3,207,855      +1,086,373
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
  70 ADMINISTRATION                                                     69,436          69,436  ..............
  80 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                         22,124          22,124  ..............
  90 MILITARY MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT                         10,946          10,946  ..............
 100 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT                                             7,009           7,009  ..............
 110 AUDIOVISUAL                                                           448             448  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    109,963         109,963  ..............
 
     OVERESTIMATION OF CIVILIAN FTE TARGETS                     ..............         -60,000         -60,000
     PROGRAM REALIGNMENT UNACCOUNTED FOR                        ..............         -35,000         -35,000
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE RESERVE       2,231,445       3,222,818        +991,373
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  011A Primary Combat        1,781,413       1,736,413         -45,000
        Forces
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -45,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Projected
            underexecu
            tion
  011M Depot Purchase   ..............         494,235        +494,235
        Equipment
        Maintenance
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +494,235
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
  011W Contractor       ..............         256,512        +256,512
        Logistics
        Support and
        System Support
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +256,512
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
  011Z Base Support     ..............         380,626        +380,626
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +414,626
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -34,000
            funds
            management
            : Removal
            of one-
            time
            fiscal
            year 2019
            increase
UNDIST Maintain         ..............         -60,000         -60,000
        program
        affordability:
        Overestimation
        of civilian
        FTE targets
UNDIST Improving funds  ..............         -35,000         -35,000
        management:
        Program
        realignments
        unaccounted
        for
------------------------------------------------------------------------

             Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $7,118,831,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   3,335,755,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,588,903,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$7,588,903,000. This is $4,253,148,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     LAND FORCES
  10 MANEUVER UNITS                                             ..............         775,671        +775,671
  20 MODULAR SUPPORT BRIGADES                                   ..............         195,334        +195,334
  30 ECHELONS ABOVE BRIGADE                                     ..............         771,048        +771,048
  40 THEATER LEVEL ASSETS                                       ..............          94,726         +94,726
  50 LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT                             ..............          33,696         +33,696
  60 AVIATION ASSETS                                            ..............         981,819        +981,819
 
     LAND FORCES READINESS
  70 FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                743,206         745,106          +1,900
  80 LAND FORCES SYSTEMS READINESS                                      50,963          50,963  ..............
  90 LAND FORCES DEPOT MAINTENANCE                              ..............         258,278        +258,278
 
     LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT
 100 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT                                    ..............       1,145,576      +1,145,576
 110 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION             1,113,475       1,113,475  ..............
 120 MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS                         1,001,042         986,042         -15,000
 130 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES--CYBERSPACE OPERATIONS                        8,448           8,448  ..............
 140 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES--CYBERSECURITY                                7,768           7,768  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  2,924,902       7,167,950      +4,243,048
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 130 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION                                          9,890           9,890  ..............
 140 ADMINISTRATION                                                     71,070          71,070  ..............
 150 SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS                                         68,213          62,213          -6,000
 160 MANPOWER MANAGEMENT                                                 8,628           8,628  ..............
 170 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                        250,376         250,376  ..............
 180 REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT                                              2,676           2,676  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                    410,853         404,853          -6,000
 
     OVERESTIMATION OF CIVILIAN FTE TARGETS                     ..............         -20,000         -20,000
     OPERATION GUARDIAN SUPPORT                                 ..............          36,100         +36,100
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD       3,335,755       7,588,903      +4,253,148
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   111 Maneuver Units   ..............         775,671        +775,671
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +805,671
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -30,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
   112 Modular Support  ..............         195,334        +195,334
        Brigades
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +195,334
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
   113 Echelons Above   ..............         771,048        +771,048
        Brigade
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +771,048
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
   114 Theater Level    ..............          94,726         +94,726
        Assets
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............         +94,726
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
   115 Land Forces      ..............          33,696         +33,696
        Operations
        Support
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............         +33,696
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
   116 Aviation Assets  ..............         981,819        +981,819
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +981,819
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
   121 Force Readiness         743,206         745,106          +1,900
        Operations
        Support
           Program      ..............  ..............            +900
            increase:
            Advanced
            trauma
            training
            program
           Program      ..............  ..............          +1,000
            increase:
            Wildfire
            training
   123 Land Forces      ..............         258,278        +258,278
        Depot
        Maintenance
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +258,278
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
   131 Base Operations  ..............       1,145,576      +1,145,576
        Support
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............      +1,153,076
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -20,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Unjustifie
            d growth
           Program      ..............  ..............          +9,500
            increase:
            PFAS
            remediatio
            n
           Program      ..............  ..............          +3,000
            increase:
            Preventati
            ve mental
            health
   133 Management and        1,001,042         986,042         -15,000
        Operational
        Headquarters
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -15,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
   432 Servicewide              68,213          62,213          -6,000
        Communications
           Improving    ..............  ..............          -6,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
UNDIST Maintain         ..............         -20,000         -20,000
        program
        affordability:
        Overestimation
        of civilian
        FTE targets
UNDIST Program          ..............          36,100         +36,100
        increase:
        Operation
        Guardian
        Support
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    National Guard Preventative Mental Health Program.--The 
Committee recognizes the importance of building a holistic 
mental health fitness model to reduce suicide, remove stigma 
for help-seeking behavior, and fortify individuals before they 
experience high-stress events. The National Guard Bureau's 
Warrior Readiness and Fitness program was created to coordinate 
and enhance mental health efforts across the National Guard at 
the Federal and State levels in order to improve readiness and 
build resiliency in servicemembers. The Committee recommends 
additional funding for National Guard preventative mental 
health programs and directs the Chief, National Guard Bureau to 
submit a report not later than 180 days after the enactment of 
this act with a plan to establish a permanent office for mental 
health that shall report to the Chief directly.
    Large-Scale National Guard Exercises.--Full spectrum combat 
readiness for the National Guard is enhanced by participating 
in combined live fire exercises that emphasize close air 
support, joint fire support, air mobility, and ground maneuver 
components. Exercises such as Northern Strike, hosted annually 
by the Michigan National Guard, provide an opportunity to 
maximize the full-spectrum combat readiness of National Guard 
units through realistic, cost-effective joint fires training in 
an adaptable environment, with an emphasis on joint and 
coalition force cooperation. The Committee encourages the 
Chief, National Guard Bureau to continue to prioritize large-
scale exercises that include international partners and align 
with the National Defense Strategy.
    State Partnership Program.--The State Partnership Program 
[SPP] has been successfully building relationships for over 25 
years by linking a State's National Guard with the armed forces 
or equivalent of a partner country in a cooperative, mutually 
beneficial relationship. It includes 75 unique security 
partnerships involving 81 nations around the globe. The 
Committee recognizes the importance of SPP and encourages 
continued robust support of this important partnership program.
    National Guard Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and 
Nuclear Response Forces.--Every state, especially those in 
close proximity to the National Capital Region, must be 
prepared for chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear 
[CBRN] threats. The Committee encourages the Secretary of 
Defense to continue to place a high priority on CBRN Response 
Forces to increase Department of Defense overall domestic 
disaster response readiness.

             Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $6,420,697,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   3,612,156,000
Committee recommendation................................   6,732,792,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$6,732,792,000. This is $3,120,636,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL GUARD
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES
 
     AIR OPERATIONS
  10 AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS                                             2,497,967       2,482,967         -15,000
  20 MISSION SUPPORT OPERATIONS                                        600,377         612,477         +12,100
  30 DEPOT MAINTENANCE                                          ..............         879,467        +879,467
  40 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION               400,734         401,902          +1,168
  80 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES                                              25,507          25,507  ..............
  80 CYBERSPACE SUSTAINMENT                                     ..............          24,742         +24,742
  50 CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT AND SYSTEM SUPPORT            ..............       1,299,089      +1,299,089
  60 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT                                     ..............         945,270        +945,270
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1                                  3,524,585       6,671,421      +3,146,836
 
     BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN & SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
 
     SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES
  70 ADMINISTRATION                                                     47,215          47,215  ..............
  80 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING                                         40,356          40,356  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4                                     87,571          87,571  ..............
 
     OVERESTIMATION OF CIVILIAN FTE TARGETS                     ..............         -30,000         -30,000
     OPERATION GUARDIAN SUPPORT                                 ..............           3,800          +3,800
                                                               =================================================
           TOTAL, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL GUARD        3,612,156       6,732,792      +3,120,636
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  011F Aircraft              2,497,967       2,482,967         -15,000
        Operations
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -15,000
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Projected
            underexecu
            tion
  011G Mission Support         600,377         612,477         +12,100
        Operations
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -12,000
            funds
            management
            : Program
            decrease
            unaccounte
            d for
           Program      ..............  ..............          +8,000
            increase:
            Joint
            Terminal
            Attack
            Controller
            training
           Program      ..............  ..............         +10,800
            increase:
            Tuition
            assistance
           Program      ..............  ..............          +1,800
            increase:
            Advanced
            trauma
            training
            program
           Program      ..............  ..............            +500
            increase:
            Wildfire
            training
           Program      ..............  ..............          +3,000
            increase:
            Preventati
            ve mental
            health
  011M Depot Purchase   ..............         879,467        +879,467
        Equipment
        Maintenance
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +879,467
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
  011R Facilities              400,734         401,902          +1,168
        Sustainment,
        Restoration &
        Modernization
           Program      ..............  ..............          +1,168
            increase:
            Range
            expansion
  011V Cyberspace       ..............          24,742         +24,742
        Sustainment
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............         +24,742
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
  011W Contractor       ..............       1,299,089      +1,299,089
        Logistics
        Support and
        System Support
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............      +1,299,089
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
  011Z Base Support     ..............         945,270        +945,270
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............        +911,775
            From Title
            IX to
            Title II
            for base
            requiremen
            ts
           Transfer:    ..............  ..............          +4,495
            Air Force-
            requested
            transfer
            from O&M
            Air Force
            for
            environmen
            tal
            compliance
           Program      ..............  ..............         +29,000
            increase:
            PFAS
            remediatio
            n
UNDIST Maintain         ..............         -30,000         -30,000
        program
        affordability:
        Overestimation
        of civilian
        FTE targets
UNDIST Program          ..............           3,800          +3,800
        increase:
        Operation
        Guardian
        Support
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Air National Guard Tuition Assistance.--The Committee 
supports the establishment of an Air National Guard tuition 
assistance program similar to that of the Army National Guard 
and encourages the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to include the 
tuition assistance program for both the Army and Air Guard in 
its future budget requests.
    Joint Force Headquarters Analysis Cells.--Intelligence 
Fusion Centers are information sharing hubs that provide 
threat-related information between Federal, State, local and 
tribal agencies. The Kansas Intelligence Fusion Center, 
established in 2009, is one such center whose mission focuses 
on counterterrorism, cybersecurity and biological threats 
through a decentralized approach where State direction allows 
private stakeholders the flexibility to determine which 
critical infrastructure areas merit the dedication of 
resources. The Committee recognizes that the National Guard 
Bureau is developing a Joint Force Headquarters Analysis Cell 
concept to expand State-level intelligence capabilities. As 
this work progresses, the Committee encourages the Chief, 
National Guard Bureau to consult with State-level entities such 
as the Kansas National Guard to integrate key aspects of 
concepts that have already proved successful at the State 
level.
    Air National Guard C-17 Assault Strip.--Camp Shelby 
Auxiliary Field, owned by the Mississippi Air National Guard, 
includes an assault landing strip that was specifically 
designed and built to satisfy C-17 tactical training 
requirements. The assault landing training facility currently 
serves multiple C-17 units in the Midwest and Southeast region 
but it was originally constructed to meet the training demands 
of the Air National Guard's 172nd Airlift Wing, which is 
responsible for funding its operational costs. The Committee 
encourages the Chief, National Guard Bureau to prioritize small 
investments necessary for annual operation and maintenance for 
assault landing strip facilities such as Camp Shelby Auxiliary 
Field to ensure future proficiency and long-term capability.

               U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

Appropriations, 2019....................................     $14,662,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................      14,771,000
Committee recommendation................................      14,771,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $14,771,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Army

Appropriations, 2019....................................    $235,809,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................     207,518,000
Committee recommendation................................     209,218,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $209,218,000. 
This is $1,700,000 above the budget estimate to address costs 
associated with remediating contamination caused by 
perfluorinated chemicals.

                    Environmental Restoration, Navy

Appropriations, 2019....................................    $365,883,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................     335,932,000
Committee recommendation................................     335,932,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $335,932,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                  Environmental Restoration, Air Force

Appropriations, 2019....................................    $365,808,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................     302,744,000
Committee recommendation................................     402,744,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $402,744,000. 
This is $100,000,000 above the budget estimate to address costs 
associated with remediating contamination caused by 
perfluorinated chemicals.

                Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2019....................................     $19,002,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................       9,105,000
Committee recommendation................................       9,105,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $9,105,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

         Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites

Appropriations, 2019....................................    $248,673,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................     216,499,000
Committee recommendation................................     216,499,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $216,499,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

             Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid

Appropriations, 2019....................................    $117,663,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................     108,600,000
Committee recommendation................................     108,600,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $108,600,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                  Cooperative Threat Reduction Account

Appropriations, 2019....................................    $350,240,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................     338,700,000
Committee recommendation................................     338,700,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $338,700,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  COOPERATIVE THREAT REDUCTION
 
Strategic Offensive Arms Elimination............................             492             492  ..............
Chemical Weapons Destruction....................................          12,856          12,856  ..............
Global Nuclear Security.........................................          33,919          33,919  ..............
Biological Threat Reduction Program.............................         183,642         183,642  ..............
WMD Proliferation Prevention....................................          79,869          79,869  ..............
Other Assessments/Admin Costs...................................          27,922          27,922  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, Cooperative Threat Reduction.......................         338,700         338,700  ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce 
                            Development Fund

Appropriations, 2019....................................    $450,000,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................     400,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     400,000,000

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

                     committee recommended program

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

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     1 Training and            239,200         239,200  ..............
        Development
     2 Retention and            20,000          20,000  ..............
        Recognition
     3 Recruiting and          140,800         140,800  ..............
        Hiring
UNDIST Planned          ..............  ..............         -52,584
        carryover--Tra
        nsfer to
        Department of
        Defense
        Acquisition
        Workforce
        Initiatives
UNDIST Execution        ..............  ..............         -43,416
        delays--Transf
        er to
        Department of
        Defense
        Acquisition
        Workforce
        Initiatives
UNDIST Department of    ..............  ..............         +26,600
        Defense
        Acquisition
        Workforce
        Initiative:
        SMART Corps
        for civilian
        acquisition
        specialists
UNDIST Department of    ..............  ..............         +48,000
        Defense
        Acquisition
        Workforce
        Initiative:
        DAU
        transformation
UNDIST Department of    ..............  ..............         +21,400
        Defense
        Acquisition
        Workforce
        Initiative:
        Critical
        acquisition
        workforce
        skills hiring
        initiative
                       -------------------------------------------------
             Total,            400,000         400,000  ..............
              Departme
              nt of
              Defense
              Acquisit
              ion
              Workforc
              e
              Developm
              ent Fund
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Transition of the Department of Defense Acquisition 
Workforce Development Fund to a Department of Defense 
Acquisition Workforce Development Account.--The Committee 
recommends an appropriation of $400,000,000 for the Department 
of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund [DAWDF], 
consistent with the fiscal year 2020 President's budget 
request. The Committee supports the proposal included in S. 
1790, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 
2020, as passed by the Senate, to transition the DAWDF to a 
traditional appropriations account, reflecting congressional 
action of the previous three fiscal years. The Committee notes 
that the establishment of a traditional appropriations account 
merely address funding mechanisms for DAWDF and does not impact 
other title 10 authorities related to the Department of Defense 
acquisition workforce.
    Consistent with previous years, the Committee recommends 
appropriations for DAWDF and retains general provisions 
prohibiting the application of alternative funding mechanisms 
such as remittances and the transfer of expiring funds. The 
Committee reiterates its support for the Department of Defense 
acquisition workforce and expects the Under Secretary of 
Defense (Comptroller) and Director, Cost Assessment and Program 
Evaluation, to continue including funding requests for the 
Department of Defense acquisition workforce through regular 
appropriations in future budget submissions.
    Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Initiatives.--
The Committee notes that the Department of Defense Acquisition 
Workforce Development Fund was established in 2008 to provide 
for the recruitment, training and retention of Department of 
Defense acquisition workforce personnel. The Committee further 
notes that the purpose, authorities and funding mechanisms for 
DAWDF have repeatedly been adjusted in recent years and that 
DAWDF now accounts for the funding of 5 percent of new hires 
into the acquisition workforce and less than 2 percent of 
overall Department of Defense acquisition workforce funding. 
The Committee understands that DAWDF funds are now primarily 
applied to increasing the readiness of the acquisition 
workforce in support of warfighter demands in accordance with 
the 2018 National Defense Strategy.
    The Committee notes that the Under Secretary of Defense 
(Acquisition and Sustainment) has identified several critical 
acquisition workforce initiatives that are not included in the 
fiscal year 2020 President's budget request. The Committee 
proposes to accelerate the implementation of these initiatives 
and recommends funding adjustments in fiscal year 2020 to DAWDF 
for the Department of Defense SMART CORPS, the transformation 
of the course curriculum at the Defense Acquisition University, 
and a critical skills hiring initiative, consistent with 
proposals provided to the congressional defense committees by 
the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Sustainment).
    The Committee directs that no funds for these purposes may 
be obligated or expended until 30 days after the Under 
Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Sustainment) provides 
updated implementation and execution plans to the congressional 
defense committees for these initiatives. Further, the 
Committee designates these initiatives as special interest 
items for the purposes of reprogramming guidance.
    Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development 
Fund Reprogramming Guidance.--The Secretary of Defense is 
directed to follow reprogramming guidance for the Department of 
Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund consistent with 
reprogramming guidance for acquisition accounts detailed 
elsewhere in this report. The dollar threshold for 
reprogramming funds shall be $10,000,000.
    Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Reporting 
Requirements.--The Committee directs the Under Secretary for 
Defense (Acquisition and Sustainment) to provide the Department 
of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund annual report 
to the congressional defense committees not later than 30 days 
after submission of the fiscal year 2021 President's budget 
request. Further, the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition 
and Sustainment) is directed to provide the congressional 
defense committees, with the fiscal year 2021 President's 
budget request, additional details regarding total funding for 
the acquisition workforce by funding category and 
appropriations account, as previously requested.

                               TITLE III

                              PROCUREMENT

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required to purchase military equipment and hardware, including 
aircraft, ships, missiles, combat vehicles, ammunition, 
weapons, electronic sensors and communications equipment, and 
other procurement items.
    The President's fiscal year 2020 budget requests a total of 
$118,923,130,000 for procurement appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends procurement appropriations 
totaling $132,837,153,000 for fiscal year 2020. This is 
$13,914,023,000 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended procurement appropriations for fiscal 
year 2020 are summarized below:

                                      SUMMARY OF PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Procurement:
    Aircraft Procurement, Army..................................       3,696,429       3,766,529         +70,100
    Missile Procurement, Army...................................  ..............       3,030,944      +3,030,944
    Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army....       4,715,566       4,463,582        -251,984
    Procurement of Ammunition, Army.............................  ..............       2,572,771      +2,572,771
    Other Procurement, Army.....................................       7,443,101       7,220,947        -222,154
    Aircraft Procurement, Navy..................................      18,522,204      18,573,560         +51,356
    Weapons Procurement, Navy...................................  ..............       3,963,067      +3,963,067
    Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps............  ..............         872,251        +872,251
    Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy...........................      23,783,710      24,366,431        +582,721
    Other Procurement, Navy.....................................       9,652,956      10,568,201        +915,245
    Procurement, Marine Corps...................................       3,090,449       3,045,749         -44,700
    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force.............................      16,784,279      17,308,918        +524,639
    Missile Procurement, Air Force..............................       2,889,187       2,589,166        -300,021
    Space Procurement, Air Force................................       2,414,383       2,460,605         +46,222
    Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force........................  ..............       1,625,661      +1,625,661
    Other Procurement, Air Force................................      20,687,857      21,083,464        +395,607
    Procurement, Defense-Wide...................................       5,109,416       5,285,914        +176,498
    Defense Production Act Purchases............................          34,393          39,393          +5,000
    Joint Urgent Operational Needs Fund.........................          99,200  ..............         -99,200
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................     118,923,130     132,837,153     +13,914,023
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

            reprogramming guidance for acquisition accounts

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

                           FUNDING INCREASES

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

                   PROCUREMENT SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS

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

                          PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW

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

                       Aircraft Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $4,299,566,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   3,696,429,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,766,529,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,766,529,000. This is $70,100,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY
 
     AIRCRAFT
 
     FIXED WING
   2 UTILITY F/W CARGO AIRCRAFT                                      1          16,000  ..............  ..............              -1         -16,000
   4 RQ-11 (RAVEN)                                      ..............          23,510  ..............          13,210  ..............         -10,300
 
     ROTARY
   5 TACTICAL UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM (TUAS)           ..............          12,100  ..............  ..............  ..............         -12,100
   7 HELICOPTER, LIGHT UTILITY [LUH]                    ..............  ..............  ..............          45,600  ..............         +45,600
   8 AH-64 APACHE BLOCK IIIA REMAN                                  48         806,849              48         806,849  ..............  ..............
   9 AH-64 APACHE BLOCK IIIA REMAN [AP-CY]              ..............         190,870  ..............         190,870  ..............  ..............
  12 UH-60 BLACKHAWK [MYP]                                          73       1,411,540              73       1,397,740  ..............         -13,800
  13 UH-60 BLACKHAWK [MYP] [AP-CY]                      ..............          79,572  ..............          79,572  ..............  ..............
  14 UH-60 BLACKHAWK A AND L MODELS                                 25         169,290              25         169,290  ..............  ..............
  15 CH-47 HELICOPTER                                                8         140,290               8         140,290  ..............  ..............
  16 CH-47 HELICOPTER [AP-CY]                           ..............          18,186  ..............          46,186  ..............         +28,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT                              ..............       2,868,207  ..............       2,889,607  ..............         +21,400
 
     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT
  19 UNIVERSAL GROUND CONTROL EQUIPMENT                 ..............           2,090  ..............           2,090  ..............  ..............
  20 GRAY EAGLE MODS2                                   ..............          14,699  ..............          28,699  ..............         +14,000
  21 MULTI SENSOR ABN RECON [MIP]                       ..............          35,189  ..............          35,189  ..............  ..............
  22 AH-64 MODS                                         ..............          58,172  ..............          58,172  ..............  ..............
  23 CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS                        ..............          11,785  ..............          11,785  ..............  ..............
  24 GRCS SEMA MODS [MIP]                               ..............           5,677  ..............           5,677  ..............  ..............
  25 ARL SEMA MODS [MIP]                                ..............           6,566  ..............           6,566  ..............  ..............
  26 EMARSS SEMA MODS [MIP]                             ..............           3,859  ..............          20,959  ..............         +17,100
  27 UTILITY/CARGO AIRPLANE MODS                        ..............          15,476  ..............          15,476  ..............  ..............
  28 UTILITY HELICOPTER MODS                            ..............           6,744  ..............          24,344  ..............         +17,600
  29 NETWORK AND MISSION PLAN                           ..............         105,442  ..............         105,442  ..............  ..............
  30 COMMS, NAV SURVEILLANCE                            ..............         164,315  ..............         164,315  ..............  ..............
  32 GATM ROLLUP                                        ..............          30,966  ..............          30,966  ..............  ..............
  33 RQ-7 UAV MODS                                      ..............           8,983  ..............           8,983  ..............  ..............
  34 UAS MODS                                           ..............          10,205  ..............          10,205  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT              ..............         480,168  ..............         528,868  ..............         +48,700
 
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
 
     GROUND SUPPORT AVIONICS
  35 AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY EQUIPMENT                   ..............          52,297  ..............          52,297  ..............  ..............
  36 SURVIVABILITY CM                                   ..............           8,388  ..............           8,388  ..............  ..............
  37 CMWS                                               ..............          13,999  ..............          13,999  ..............  ..............
  38 COMMON INFRARED COUNTERMEASURES                    ..............         168,784  ..............         168,784  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SUPPORT
  39 AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............           1,777  ..............           1,777  ..............  ..............
  40 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                            ..............          18,624  ..............          18,624  ..............  ..............
  41 AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS                         ..............          48,255  ..............          48,255  ..............  ..............
  42 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                ..............          32,738  ..............          32,738  ..............  ..............
  44 LAUNCHER, 2.75 ROCKET                              ..............           2,201  ..............           2,201  ..............  ..............
  45 LAUNCHER GUIDED MISSILE: LONGBOW HELLFIRE XM2                   9             991               9             991  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES      ..............         348,054  ..............         348,054  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY            ..............       3,696,429  ..............       3,766,529  ..............         +70,100
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2Utility F/W                 16,000  ..............         -16,000
     Aircraft
        Insufficient    ..............  ..............         -16,000
         budget
         justification
         : Lack of
         supporting
         justification
   4RQ-11 (RAVEN)               23,510          13,210         -10,300
        Improving       ..............  ..............         -10,300
         funds
         management:
         Prior year
         carryover
   5Tactical Unmanned           12,100  ..............         -12,100
     Aircraft System
     [TUAS]
        Insufficient    ..............  ..............         -12,100
         budget
         justification
         : Poor
         justification
         materials
   7Helicopter, Light   ..............          45,600         +45,600
     Utility [LUH]
        Program         ..............  ..............         +27,000
         increase:
         Three
         aircraft
        Program         ..............  ..............         +18,600
         increase:
         Expandable
         rotorcraft
         diagnostics
  12UH-60 Blackhawk M        1,411,540       1,397,740         -13,800
     Model (MYP)
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -13,800
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Unit cost
         growth
  16CH-47 Helicopter--          18,186          46,186         +28,000
     AP
        Program         ..............  ..............         +28,000
         increase
  20Gray Eagle Mods2            14,699          28,699         +14,000
        Program         ..............  ..............         +14,000
         increase
  26EMARSS SEMA Mods             3,859          20,959         +17,100
     (MIP)
        Program         ..............  ..............         +17,100
         increase:
         Performance
         enhancements
  28Utility Helicopter           6,744          24,344         +17,600
     Mods
        Program         ..............  ..............         +17,600
         increase: UH-
         72 life cycle
         sustainment
         and product
         improvements
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CH-47 Cargo Helicopter.--The Committee encourages the Army 
to accelerate retrofit of MH/CH-47 aircraft with vibration 
control systems to reduce aircrew fatigue, improve performance 
and increase operational time between maintenance of certain 
aircraft components.
    CH-47F Block II program.--The Committee recommendation 
restores Advanced Procurement funds to support the Army's 
procurement of the CH-47F Block II program as certified in July 
2017. Prior to submitting the fiscal year 2021 President's 
budget request, the Committee strongly encourages the Secretary 
of the Army to assess the increased cost, expected production 
issues as well as industrial base risks of delaying the 
successful acquisition program.

                       Missile Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $3,145,256,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................................
Committee recommendation................................   3,030,944,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,030,944,000. This is $3,030,944,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
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                 MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY
 
     OTHER MISSILES
 
     SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILE SYSTEM
   1 SYSTEM INTEGRATION AND TEST PROCUREMENT            ..............  ..............  ..............         107,157  ..............        +107,157
   2 M-SHORAD--PROCUREMENT                              ..............  ..............              17          79,800             +17         +79,800
   3 MSE MISSILE                                        ..............  ..............             138         664,499            +138        +664,499
   4 INDIRECT FIRE PROTECTION CAPABILITY                ..............  ..............  ..............           9,337  ..............          +9,337
   6 HELLFIRE SYS SUMMARY                               ..............  ..............           1,870         193,284          +1,870        +193,284
 
     AIR-TO-SURFACE MISSILE SYSTEM
   7 JOINT AIR-TO-GROUND MSLS [JAGM]                    ..............  ..............             609         220,766            +609        +220,766
 
     ANTI-TANK/ASSAULT MISSILE SYSTEM
   8 JAVELIN (AAWS-M) SYSTEM SUMMARY                    ..............  ..............             672         138,405            +672        +138,405
   9 TOW 2 SYSTEM SUMMARY                               ..............  ..............           1,460         107,958          +1,460        +107,958
  10 TOW 2 SYSTEM SUMMARY [AP-CY]                       ..............  ..............  ..............          10,500  ..............         +10,500
  11 GUIDED MLRS ROCKET [GMLRS]                         ..............  ..............           6,489         744,810          +6,489        +744,810
  12 MLRS REDUCED RANGE PRACTICE ROCKETS (RRPR)         ..............  ..............           2,982          27,555          +2,982         +27,555
  14 ARMY TACTICAL MSL SYS [ATACMS]                     ..............  ..............             146         170,013            +146        +170,013
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                        ..............  ..............  ..............       2,474,084  ..............      +2,474,084
 
     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES
 
     MODIFICATIONS
  16 PATRIOT MODS                                       ..............  ..............  ..............         278,716  ..............        +278,716
  17 ATACMS MODS                                        ..............  ..............  ..............          85,320  ..............         +85,320
  18 GMLRS MOD                                          ..............  ..............  ..............           5,094  ..............          +5,094
  19 STINGER MODS                                       ..............  ..............  ..............          81,615  ..............         +81,615
  20 AVENGER MODS                                       ..............  ..............  ..............          14,107  ..............         +14,107
  21 ITAS/TOW MODS                                      ..............  ..............  ..............           3,469  ..............          +3,469
  22 MLRS MODS                                          ..............  ..............  ..............          39,019  ..............         +39,019
  23 HIMARS MODIFICATIONS                               ..............  ..............  ..............          12,483  ..............         +12,483
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF MISSILES              ..............  ..............  ..............         519,823  ..............        +519,823
 
     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  24 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............  ..............  ..............          26,444  ..............         +26,444
 
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  25 AIR DEFENSE TARGETS                                ..............  ..............  ..............          10,593  ..............         +10,593
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY             ..............  ..............  ..............       3,030,944  ..............      +3,030,944
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item         2020 budget      Committee         budget
                            estimate      recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     1 System          ..............         107,157         +107,157
        Integration
        and Test
        Procurement
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............        +113,857
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Improving   ..............  ...............          -6,700
            funds
            managemen
            t: Field
            Surveilla
            nce
            Program
            carryover
     2 M-SHORAD--Proc  ..............          79,800          +79,800
        urement
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............        +103,800
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Restoring   ..............  ...............         -24,000
            acquisiti
            on
            accountab
            ility:
            Pricing
            adjustmen
            ts for
            prototype
            rework
            vehicles
     3 MSE Missile     ..............         664,499         +664,499
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............        +698,603
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Restoring   ..............  ...............         -34,104
            acquisiti
            on
            accountab
            ility:
            AUR unit
            cost
            growth
     4 INDIRECT FIRE   ..............           9,337           +9,337
        PROTECTION
        CAPABILITY
        INC 2-I
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............          +9,337
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
     6 Hellfire Sys    ..............         193,284         +193,284
        Summary
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............        +193,284
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
     7 Joint Air-To-   ..............         220,766         +220,766
        Ground Msls
        [JAGM]
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............        +233,353
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Maintain    ..............  ...............         -12,587
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed test
            and
            evaluatio
            n support
     8 Javelin (Aaws-  ..............         138,405         +138,405
        M) System
        Summary
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............        +138,405
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
     9 Tow 2 System    ..............         107,958         +107,958
        Summary
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............        +114,340
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Maintain    ..............  ...............          -6,382
            program
            affordabi
            lity:
            Unjustifi
            ed
            engineeri
            ng growth
    10 Tow 2 System    ..............          10,500          +10,500
        Summary (AP-
        CY)
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............         +10,500
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
    11 Guided MLRS     ..............         744,810         +744,810
        Rocket
        [GMLRS]
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............        +797,213
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Restoring   ..............  ...............         -52,403
            acquisiti
            on
            accountab
            ility:
            AUR unit
            cost
            growth
    12 MLRS Reduced    ..............          27,555          +27,555
        Range
        Practice
        Rockets
        [RRPR]
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............         +27,555
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
    14 Army Tactical   ..............         170,013         +170,013
        Msl Sys
        [ATACMS]
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............        +209,842
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Insufficie  ..............  ...............         -39,829
            nt budget
            justifica
            tion:
            Cost
            discrepan
            cies
            between
            budget
            briefs
            and
            justifica
            tion
            materials
    16 Patriot Mods    ..............         278,716         +278,716
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............        +279,464
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
           Restoring   ..............  ...............            -748
            acquisiti
            on
            accountab
            ility:
            RAM mod
            unit cost
            growth
    17 ATACMS MODS     ..............          85,320          +85,320
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............         +85,320
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
    18 GMLRS MOD       ..............           5,094           +5,094
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............          +5,094
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
    19 Stinger Mods    ..............          81,615          +81,615
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............         +81,615
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
    20 Avenger Mods    ..............          14,107          +14,107
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............         +14,107
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
    21 Itas/Tow Mods   ..............           3,469           +3,469
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............          +3,469
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
    22 MLRS Mods       ..............          39,019          +39,019
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............         +39,019
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
    23 Himars          ..............          12,483          +12,483
        Modifications
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............         +12,483
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
    24 Spares and      ..............          26,444          +26,444
        Repair Parts
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............         +26,444
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
    25 Air Defense     ..............          10,593          +10,593
        Targets
           Transfer:   ..............  ...............         +10,593
            From
            Title IX
            to Title
            III for
            base
            requireme
            nts
------------------------------------------------------------------------

        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $4,486,402,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   4,715,566,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,463,582,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,463,582,000. This is $251,984,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
         PROCUREMENT OF WEAPONS AND TRACKED COMBAT
                   VEHICLES (W&TCV), ARMY
 
     TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   2 ARMORED MULTI PURPOSE VEHICLE (AMPV)                           65         264,040              59         230,307              -6         -33,733
 
     MODIFICATION OF TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   3 STRYKER (MOD)                                      ..............         144,387  ..............         147,387  ..............          +3,000
   4 STRYKER UPGRADE                                               152         550,000             152         513,858  ..............         -36,142
   5 BRADLEY PROGRAM (MOD)                              ..............         638,781  ..............         415,740  ..............        -223,041
   6 M109 FOV MODIFICATIONS                             ..............          25,756  ..............          25,756  ..............  ..............
   7 PALADIN PIPM MOD IN SERVICE                                    53         553,425              53         553,425  ..............  ..............
   9 ASSAULT BRIDGE (MOD)                               ..............           2,821  ..............           2,821  ..............  ..............
  10 ASSAULT BREACHER VEHICLE                                        6          31,697               6          31,697  ..............  ..............
  11 M88 FOV MODS                                       ..............           4,500  ..............           4,500  ..............  ..............
  12 JOINT ASSAULT BRIDGE                                           44         205,517              44         205,517  ..............  ..............
  13 M1 ABRAMS TANK (MOD)                               ..............         348,800  ..............         348,800  ..............  ..............
  14 ABRAMS UPGRADE PROGRAM                                        165       1,752,784             165       1,752,784  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES               ..............       4,522,508  ..............       4,232,592  ..............        -289,916
 
     WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES
  15 M240 MEDIUM MACHINE GUN (7.62MM)                   ..............  ..............  ..............          11,600  ..............         +11,600
  16 MULTI-ROLE ANTI-ARMOR ANTI-PERSONNEL WEAPON        ..............          19,420  ..............          16,864  ..............          -2,556
  17 GUN AUTOMATIC 30MM M230                            ..............          20,000  ..............  ..............  ..............         -20,000
  19 MORTAR SYSTEMS                                     ..............          14,907  ..............          14,085  ..............            -822
  20 XM320 GRENADE LAUNCHER MODULE (GLM)                ..............             191  ..............             191  ..............  ..............
  21 PRECISION SNIPER RIFLE                             ..............           7,977  ..............           5,747  ..............          -2,230
  22 COMPACT SEMI-AUTOMATIC SNIPER SYSTEM               ..............           9,860  ..............           9,860  ..............  ..............
  23 CARBINE                                            ..............          30,331  ..............          30,331  ..............  ..............
  24 SMALL ARMS--FIRE CONTROL                           ..............           8,060  ..............  ..............  ..............          -8,060
  25 COMMON REMOTELY OPERATED WEAPONS STATION           ..............          24,007  ..............          24,007  ..............  ..............
  26 MODULAR HANDGUN SYSTEM                             ..............           6,174  ..............           6,174  ..............  ..............
 
     MOD OF WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEH
  28 MK-19 GRENADE MACHINE GUN MODS                     ..............           3,737  ..............           3,737  ..............  ..............
  29 M777 MODS                                          ..............           2,367  ..............          12,367  ..............         +10,000
  30 M4 CARBINE MODS                                    ..............          17,595  ..............          17,595  ..............  ..............
  33 M240 MEDIUM MACHINE GUN MODS                       ..............           8,000  ..............           8,000  ..............  ..............
  34 SNIPER RIFLES MODIFICATIONS                        ..............           2,426  ..............           2,426  ..............  ..............
  35 M119 MODIFICATIONS                                 ..............           6,269  ..............          56,269  ..............         +50,000
  36 MORTAR MODIFICATION                                ..............           1,693  ..............           1,693  ..............  ..............
  37 MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5.0M (WOCV-WTCV)          ..............           4,327  ..............           4,327  ..............  ..............
 
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  38 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (WOCV-WTCV)                  ..............           3,066  ..............           3,066  ..............  ..............
  39 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (WOCV-WTCV)                ..............           2,651  ..............           2,651  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES     ..............         193,058  ..............         230,990  ..............         +37,932
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV, ARMY            ..............       4,715,566  ..............       4,463,582  ..............        -251,984
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         2020 budget       Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2Armored Multi            264,040          230,307          -33,733
     Purpose
     Vehicle [AMPV]
        Restoring    ...............  ...............          -15,997
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Revised
         vehicle
         pricing
        Restoring    ...............  ...............          -17,736
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Vehicle
         carryover
   3Stryker (MOD)            144,387          147,387           +3,000
        Program      ...............  ...............           +3,000
         increase:
         Stryker
         refurbishm
         ent kit
   4Stryker Upgrade          550,000          513,858          -36,142
        Improving    ...............  ...............           -9,104
         funds
         management
         :
         Overestima
         tion of
         ASL
         requiremen
         ts
        Restoring    ...............  ...............          -27,038
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity: ICVV
         unit cost
         growth
   5Bradley Program          638,781          415,740         -223,041
     (MOD)
        Restoring    ...............  ...............         -223,041
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Excess to
         need
  15M240 Medium      ...............           11,600          +11,600
     Machine Gun
     (7.62MM)
        Program      ...............  ...............          +11,600
         increase
  16MULTI-ROLE ANTI-          19,420           16,864           -2,556
     ARMOR ANTI-
     PERSONNEL
     WEAPON S
        Restoring    ...............  ...............             -880
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity: Fire
         control
         unit cost
         growth
        Improving    ...............  ...............           -1,676
         funds
         management
         : Revised
         prior-year
         hardware
         costs
  17GUN AUTOMATIC             20,000  ...............          -20,000
     30MM M230
        Restoring    ...............  ...............          -20,000
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity: Army-
         rescinded
         requiremen
         t
  19Mortar Systems            14,907           14,085             -822
        Restoring    ...............  ...............             -822
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity: Unit
         cost
         growth
  21Precision                  7,977            5,747           -2,230
     Sniper Rifle
        Insufficien  ...............  ...............           -2,230
         t budget
         justificat
         ion: Unit
         cost
         discrepanc
         y
  24Small Arms--               8,060  ...............           -8,060
     Fire Control
        Improving    ...............  ...............           -8,060
         funds
         management
         : Forward
         financing
         fire
         control
         contract
  29M777 Mods                  2,367           12,367          +10,000
        Program      ...............  ...............          +10,000
         increase:
         Self-prope
         lled 155mm
         howitzers
  35M119                       6,269           56,269          +50,000
     Modifications
        Program      ...............  ...............          +50,000
         increase:
         Lightweigh
         t self-
         propelled
         105mm
         howitzers
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle Reporting Requirement.--As 
expressed in the report accompanying the House version of the 
Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2017 (House Report 
114-577), the Secretary of the Army is required to report 
quarterly on the cost, schedule, and performance of the Armored 
Multi-Purpose Vehicle [AMPV] program. The Committee notes that 
on January 25, 2019, the AMPV program successfully achieved its 
Milestone C and entry into Low-rate Initial Production. 
Therefore, the Committee rescinds the reporting requirement as 
directed to the Secretary of the Army and encourages the 
Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and 
Technology to engage the congressional defense committees, 
outside of the standard program engagements, should changes to 
the acquisition strategy or significant issues arise.
    Self-Propelled Howitzer.--The Committee is aware that the 
Field Artillery Squadron [FA SQDN], 2d Calvary Regiment [2CR] 
has identified lethality and mobility capability gaps with the 
current M777A2 towed howitzer. The towed howitzer's speed and 
mobility limitations during cross-country traversal, along with 
emplacement and displacement timelines inhibit the FA SQDN's 
ability to keep pace with the formation and place the crew's 
survival at increased risk during a decisive action scenario 
against a peer adversary. As a result of these limitations, 2CR 
submitted an Operational Needs Statement for 24 155mm self-
propelled howitzers operating in three batteries. Additionally, 
citing similar limitations, Forces Command endorsed a 
Capabilities Needs Statement, originating from the XVIII 
Airborne Corps, for a Wheeled Self-Propelled 105mm howitzer for 
employment across select Infantry Brigade Combat Teams [IBCT]. 
The Committee believes that these requirements support the 
National Defense Strategy and better enables 2CR and IBCTs to 
compete with peer adversaries. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends an additional $60,000,000 and encourages the 
Secretary of the Army to rapidly field this critical 
capability.

                    Procurement of Ammunition, Army

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $2,276,330,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................................
Committee recommendation................................   2,572,771,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,572,771,000. This is $2,572,771,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY
 
     AMMUNITION
 
     SMALL/MEDIUM CAL AMMUNITION
   1 CTG, 5.56MM, ALL TYPES                             ..............  ..............  ..............          65,520  ..............         +65,520
   2 CTG, 7.62MM, ALL TYPES                             ..............  ..............  ..............         114,228  ..............        +114,228
   3 CTG, HANDGUN, ALL TYPES                            ..............  ..............  ..............          17,807  ..............         +17,807
   4 CTG, .50 CAL, ALL TYPES                            ..............  ..............  ..............          62,860  ..............         +62,860
   5 CTG, 20MM, ALL TYPES                               ..............  ..............  ..............          35,920  ..............         +35,920
   6 CT6, 25MM, ALL TYPES                               ..............  ..............  ..............           8,990  ..............          +8,990
   7 CTG, 30MM, ALL TYPES                               ..............  ..............  ..............          66,471  ..............         +66,471
   8 CTG, 40MM, ALL TYPES                               ..............  ..............  ..............         103,952  ..............        +103,952
 
                     MORTAR AMMUNITION
 
   9 60MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                             ..............  ..............  ..............          50,580  ..............         +50,580
  10 81MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                             ..............  ..............  ..............          61,873  ..............         +61,873
  11 120MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES                            ..............  ..............  ..............         125,452  ..............        +125,452
 
     TANK AMMUNITION
  12 CTG TANK 105MM AND 120MM: ALL TYPES                ..............  ..............  ..............         111,659  ..............        +111,659
 
     ARTILLERY AMMUNITION
  13 CTG, ARTY, 75MM AND 105MM: ALL TYPES               ..............  ..............  ..............          44,675  ..............         +44,675
  14 ARTILLERY PROJECTILE, 155MM, ALL TYPES             ..............  ..............  ..............         231,537  ..............        +231,537
  15 PROJ 155MM EXTENDED RANGE XM982                    ..............  ..............             441          56,027            +441         +56,027
  16 ARTILLERY PROPELLANTS, FUZES AND PRIMERS, ALL      ..............  ..............  ..............         271,602  ..............        +271,602
      TYPES
 
     MINES
  17 MINES AND CLEARING CHARGES, ALL TYPES              ..............  ..............  ..............          38,639  ..............         +38,639
 
     ROCKETS
  18 SHOULDER LAUNCHED MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES             ..............  ..............  ..............          67,528  ..............         +67,528
  19 ROCKET, HYDRA 70, ALL TYPES                        ..............  ..............  ..............         175,994  ..............        +175,994
 
     OTHER AMMUNITION
  20 CAD/PAD ALL TYPES                                  ..............  ..............  ..............           7,595  ..............          +7,595
  21 DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES                    ..............  ..............  ..............          51,651  ..............         +51,651
  22 GRENADES, ALL TYPES                                ..............  ..............  ..............          46,282  ..............         +46,282
  23 SIGNALS, ALL TYPES                                 ..............  ..............  ..............          18,609  ..............         +18,609
  24 SIMULATORS, ALL TYPES                              ..............  ..............  ..............          16,054  ..............         +16,054
 
     MISCELLANEOUS
  25 AMMO COMPONENTS, ALL TYPES                         ..............  ..............  ..............           2,661  ..............          +2,661
  27 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                         ..............  ..............  ..............           9,213  ..............          +9,213
  28 AMMUNITION PECULIAR EQUIPMENT                      ..............  ..............  ..............          10,044  ..............         +10,044
  29 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION (AMMO)            ..............  ..............  ..............          18,492  ..............         +18,492
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMMUNITION                            ..............  ..............  ..............       1,891,915  ..............      +1,891,915
 
     AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT
 
     PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT
  31 PROVISION OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                 ..............  ..............  ..............         474,511  ..............        +474,511
  32 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS DEMILITARIZATION, ALL       ..............  ..............  ..............         202,512  ..............        +202,512
  33 ARMS INITIATIVE                                    ..............  ..............  ..............           3,833  ..............          +3,833
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT    ..............  ..............  ..............         680,856  ..............        +680,856
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY       ..............  ..............  ..............       2,572,771  ..............      +2,572,771
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1Ctg, 5.56mm, All    ..............          65,520         +65,520
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +68,949
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -3,429
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: M855A1
         Clipped Bulk
         Pack unit
         cost growth
   2CTG, 7.62mm, All    ..............         114,228        +114,228
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............        +114,228
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
   3CTG, Handgun, All   ..............          17,807         +17,807
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +17,807
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
   4CTG, .50 Cal, All   ..............          62,860         +62,860
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +63,966
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -1,106
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Blank,
         M1A1 w/MP
         Link unit
         cost growth
   5CTG, 20mm, All      ..............          35,920         +35,920
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +35,920
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
   6CTG, 25mm, All      ..............           8,990          +8,990
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............          +8,990
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
   7CTG, 30mm, All      ..............          66,471         +66,471
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +68,813
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -2,342
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: TP-T,
         MK239 Single
         unit cost
         growth
   8CTG, 40mm, All      ..............         103,952        +103,952
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............        +103,952
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
   960MM Mortar, All    ..............          50,580         +50,580
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +50,580
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  1081MM Mortar, All    ..............          61,873         +61,873
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +59,373
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Program         ..............  ..............          +2,500
         increase:
         M819
  11120MM Mortar, All   ..............         125,452        +125,452
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............        +125,452
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  12Cartridges, Tank,   ..............         111,659        +111,659
     105MM and 120MM,
     All Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............        +171,284
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -15,002
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: HEMP-T
         XM1147
         schedule
         delay
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -44,623
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: APFSDS-T
         M829A4
         schedule
         delay
  13Artillery           ..............          44,675         +44,675
     Cartridges, 75MM
     & 105MM, All
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +44,675
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  14Artillery           ..............         231,537        +231,537
     Projectile,
     155MM, All Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............        +266,037
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -4,500
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: M795 IM
         Metal Part
         contract
         delay
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -30,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: XM1113
         early to need
  15Proj 155mm          ..............          56,027         +56,027
     Extended Range
     M982
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +57,434
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -1,407
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Product
         engineering
         growth
  16Artillery           ..............         271,602        +271,602
     Propellants,
     Fuzes and
     Primers, All
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............        +271,602
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  17Mines & Clearing    ..............          38,639         +38,639
     Charges, All
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +55,433
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -16,194
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: APOBS
         contract
         award delays
        Restoring       ..............  ..............            -600
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: FUZE PD
         M739 Series
         unit cost
         discrepancy
  18Shoulder Launched   ..............          67,528         +67,528
     Munitions, All
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +74,878
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -14,550
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: BDM
         program
         delays
        Program         ..............  ..............          +7,200
         increase:
         AT4CS Tandem
         Warhead
  19Rocket, Hydra 70,   ..............         175,994        +175,994
     All Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............        +175,994
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  20CAD/PAD, All Types  ..............           7,595          +7,595
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............          +7,595
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  21Demolition          ..............          51,651         +51,651
     Munitions, All
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +51,651
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  22Grenades, All       ..............          46,282         +46,282
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +40,592
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -2,310
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: XM111
         offensive
         hand grenade
         early to need
        Program         ..............  ..............          +8,000
         increase
  23Signals, All Types  ..............          18,609         +18,609
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +18,609
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  24Simulators, All     ..............          16,054         +16,054
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +16,054
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  25Ammo Components,    ..............           2,661          +2,661
     All Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............          +5,261
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Improving       ..............  ..............          -2,600
         Funds
         Management:
         Prior year
         carryover
  26Non-Lethal
     Ammunition, All
     Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............            +715
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Improving       ..............  ..............            -715
         Funds
         Management:
         Prior year
         carryover
  27Items Less Than $5  ..............           9,213          +9,213
     Million (AMMO)
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............          +9,213
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  28Ammunition          ..............          10,044         +10,044
     Peculiar
     Equipment
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +10,044
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  29First Destination   ..............          18,492         +18,492
     Transportation
     (AMMO)
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +18,492
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  30Closeout            ..............  ..............  ..............
     Liabilities
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............             +99
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Improving       ..............  ..............             -99
         Funds
         Management:
         Prior year
         carryover
  31Industrial          ..............         474,511        +474,511
     Facilities
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............        +474,511
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  32Conventional        ..............         202,512        +202,512
     Munitions
     Demilitarization
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............        +202,512
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  33Arms Initiative     ..............           3,833          +3,833
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............          +3,833
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Other Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $7,844,691,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   7,443,101,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,220,947,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$7,220,947,000. This is $222,154,000 below the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY
 
     TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES
 
     TACTICAL VEHICLES
   1 TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY SETS                       ..............          12,993  ..............          12,993  ..............  ..............
   2 SEMITRAILERS, FLATBED:                             ..............         102,386  ..............         102,386  ..............  ..............
   3 HIGH MOBILITY MULTI-PURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE        ..............         127,271  ..............         127,271  ..............  ..............
      (HMMWV)
   4 GROUND MOBILITY VEHICLES (GMV)                     ..............          37,038  ..............          37,038  ..............  ..............
   6 JOINT LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE                                2,530         996,007           2,530         972,407  ..............         -23,600
   7 TRUCK, DUMP, 20t (CCE)                             ..............          10,838  ..............          10,838  ..............  ..............
   8 FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL VEH [FMTV]               ..............          72,057  ..............         138,057  ..............         +66,000
   9 FIRETRUCKS & ASSOCIATED FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT     ..............          28,048  ..............          25,037  ..............          -3,011
  10 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES [FHTV]           ..............           9,969  ..............           9,969  ..............  ..............
  11 PLS ESP                                            ..............           6,280  ..............           6,280  ..............  ..............
  12 HEAVY EXPANDED MOBILE TACTICAL TRUCK EXT SERV      ..............          30,841  ..............          95,185  ..............         +64,344
  13 HMMWV RECAPITALIZATION PROGRAM                     ..............           5,734  ..............           5,734  ..............  ..............
  14 TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLE PROTECTION KITS           ..............          45,113  ..............          45,113  ..............  ..............
  15 MODIFICATION OF IN SVC EQUIP                       ..............          58,946  ..............          57,112  ..............          -1,834
 
     NON-TACTICAL VEHICLES
  17 HEAVY ARMORED SEDAN                                ..............             791  ..............             791  ..............  ..............
  18 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                        ..............           1,416  ..............           1,416  ..............  ..............
  19 NONTACTICAL VEHICLES, OTHER                        ..............          29,891  ..............          28,804  ..............          -1,087
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES         ..............       1,575,619  ..............       1,676,431  ..............        +100,812
 
     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT
 
     COMM--JOINT COMMUNICATIONS
  21 SIGNAL MODERNIZATION PROGRAM                       ..............         153,933  ..............         133,913  ..............         -20,020
  22 TACTICAL NETWORK TECHNOLOGY MOD IN SERVICE         ..............         387,439  ..............         351,139  ..............         -36,300
  23 SITUATION INFORMATION TRANSPORT                    ..............          46,693  ..............          46,693  ..............  ..............
  25 JCSE EQUIPMENT (USREDCOM)                          ..............           5,075  ..............           5,075  ..............  ..............
 
     COMM--SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
  28 DEFENSE ENTERPRISE WIDEBAND SATCOM SYSTEMS         ..............         101,189  ..............         101,189  ..............  ..............
  29 TRANSPORTABLE TACTICAL COMMAND COMMUNICATIONS      ..............          77,141  ..............          99,641  ..............         +22,500
  30 SHF TERM                                           ..............          16,054  ..............          16,054  ..............  ..............
  31 ASSURED POSITIONING, NAVIGATION AND TIMING         ..............          41,074  ..............          31,674  ..............          -9,400
  32 SMART-T (SPACE)                                    ..............          10,515  ..............          10,515  ..............  ..............
  33 GLOBAL BRDCST SVC--GBS                             ..............          11,800  ..............          11,800  ..............  ..............
  34 ENROUTE MISSION COMMAND (EMC)                      ..............           8,609  ..............           8,609  ..............  ..............
 
     COMM--C3 SYSTEM
  38 COE TACTICAL SERVER INFRASTRUCTURE (TSI)           ..............          77,533  ..............          31,672  ..............         -45,861
 
     COMM--COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS
  39 HANDHELD MANPACK SMALL FORM FIT (HMS)              ..............         468,026  ..............         468,026  ..............  ..............
  40 RADIO TERMINAL SET, MIDS LVT(2)                    ..............          23,778  ..............          23,778  ..............  ..............
  44 SPIDER FAMILY OF NETWORKED MUNITIONS INCREASE      ..............          10,930  ..............          10,930  ..............  ..............
  46 UNIFIED COMMAND SUITE                              ..............           9,291  ..............          18,291  ..............          +9,000
  47 COTS COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT                      ..............          55,630  ..............          55,630  ..............  ..............
  48 FAMILY OF MED COMM FOR COMBAT CASUALTY CARE        ..............          16,590  ..............          16,590  ..............  ..............
  49 ARMY COMMUNICATIONS & ELECTRONICS                  ..............          43,457  ..............          37,856  ..............          -5,601
 
     COMM--INTELLIGENCE COMM
  50 CI AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE [MIP]                   ..............          10,470  ..............          10,470  ..............  ..............
  51 DEFENSE MILITARY DECEPTION INITIATIVE              ..............           3,704  ..............           3,704  ..............  ..............
 
     INFORMATION SECURITY
  53 FAMILY OF BIOMETRICS                               ..............           1,000  ..............           1,000  ..............  ..............
  54 INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM-ISSP           ..............           3,600  ..............           3,600  ..............  ..............
  55 COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC)                   ..............         160,899  ..............         147,097  ..............         -13,802
  56 DEFENSIVE CYBER OPERATIONS                         ..............          61,962  ..............          56,962  ..............          -5,000
  57 INSIDER THREAT PROGRAM--UNIT ACTIVITY MONITOR      ..............             756  ..............             756  ..............  ..............
  58 PERSISTENT CYBER TRAINING ENVIRONMENT              ..............           3,000  ..............           3,000  ..............  ..............
 
     COMM--LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS
  59 BASE SUPPORT COMMUNICATIONS                        ..............          31,770  ..............          31,770  ..............  ..............
 
     COMM--BASE COMMUNICATIONS
  60 INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                ..............         159,009  ..............         159,009  ..............  ..............
  61 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT MODERNIZATION PROGRAM         ..............           4,854  ..............           4,854  ..............  ..............
  62 HOME STATION MISSION COMMAND CENTERS (MSMCC)       ..............          47,174  ..............          47,174  ..............  ..............
  63 INSTALLATION INFO INFRASTRUCTURE MOD PROGRAM       ..............         297,994  ..............         297,994  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECT EQUIP
 
     ELECT EQUIP--TACT INT REL ACT [TIARA]
  66 JTT/CIBS-M [MIP]                                   ..............           7,686  ..............           7,686  ..............  ..............
  68 DCGS-A [MIP]                                       ..............         180,350  ..............         146,568  ..............         -33,782
  70 TROJAN [MIP]                                       ..............          17,368  ..............          17,368  ..............  ..............
  71 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (INTEL SPT) [MIP]              ..............          59,052  ..............          59,052  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECT EQUIP--ELECTRONIC WARFARE [EW]
  77 LIGHTWEIGHT COUNTER MORTAR RADAR                   ..............           5,400  ..............           5,400  ..............  ..............
  78 EW PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT TOOLS                   ..............           7,568  ..............           7,568  ..............  ..............
  79 AIR VIGILANCE (AV)                                 ..............           8,953  ..............           8,953  ..............  ..............
  81 MULTI-FUNCTION ELECTRONIC WARFARE (MFEW) SYST      ..............           6,420  ..............  ..............  ..............          -6,420
  83 COUNTERINTELLIGENCE/SECURITY COUNTERMEASURES       ..............             501  ..............             501  ..............  ..............
  84 CI MODERNIZATION [MIP]                             ..............             121  ..............             121  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL SURV. (TAC SURV)
  85 SENTINEL MODS                                      ..............         115,210  ..............         115,210  ..............  ..............
  86 NIGHT VISION DEVICES                               ..............         236,604  ..............          64,017  ..............        -172,587
  88 SMALL TACTICAL OPTICAL RIFLE MOUNTED MLRF          ..............          22,623  ..............          22,623  ..............  ..............
  90 INDIRECT FIRE PROTECTION FAMILY OF SYSTEMS         ..............          29,127  ..............          29,127  ..............  ..............
  91 FAMILY OF WEAPON SIGHTS (FWS)                      ..............         120,883  ..............          81,541  ..............         -39,342
  94 JOINT BATTLE COMMAND--PLATFORM [JBC-P]             ..............         265,667  ..............         256,546  ..............          -9,121
  95 JOINT EFFECTS TARGETING SYSTEM (JETS)              ..............          69,720  ..............          69,720  ..............  ..............
  96 MOD OF IN-SERVICE EQUIPMENT (LLDR)                 ..............           6,044  ..............           6,044  ..............  ..............
  97 COMPUTER BALLISTICS: LHMBC XM32                    ..............           3,268  ..............           3,268  ..............  ..............
  98 MORTAR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM                         ..............          13,199  ..............          13,199  ..............  ..............
  99 MORTAR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM MODIFICATIONS           ..............          10,000  ..............          10,000  ..............  ..............
 100 COUNTERFIRE RADARS                                 ..............          16,416  ..............          16,416  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL C2 SYSTEMS
 102 FIRE SUPPORT C2 FAMILY                             ..............          13,197  ..............          13,197  ..............  ..............
 103 AIR & MSL DEFENSE PLANNING & CONTROL SYS (AMD      ..............          24,730  ..............          24,730  ..............  ..............
 104 IAMD BATTLE COMMAND SYSTEM                         ..............          29,629  ..............          22,000  ..............          -7,629
 105 LIFE CYCLE SOFTWARE SUPPORT [LCSS]                 ..............           6,774  ..............           6,774  ..............  ..............
 106 NETWORK MANAGEMENT INITIALIZATION AND SERVICE      ..............          24,448  ..............          24,448  ..............  ..............
 107 MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM [MCS]                      ..............             260  ..............             260  ..............  ..............
 108 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM-ARMY                  ..............          17,962  ..............           8,815  ..............          -9,147
 109 INTEGRATED PERSONNEL AND PAY SYSTEM-ARMY           ..............          18,674  ..............           8,287  ..............         -10,387
 110 RECONNAISSANCE AND SURVEYING INSTRUMENT SET        ..............          11,000  ..............          11,000  ..............  ..............
 111 MOD OF IN-SERVICE EQUIPMENT (ENFIRE)               ..............           7,317  ..............           7,317  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECT EQUIP--AUTOMATION
 112 ARMY TRAINING MODERNIZATION                        ..............          14,578  ..............          14,578  ..............  ..............
 113 AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT                ..............         139,342  ..............         128,542  ..............         -10,800
 114 GENERAL FUND ENTERPRISE BUSINESS SYSTEM            ..............          15,802  ..............          15,802  ..............  ..............
 115 HIGH PERF COMPUTING MOD PROGRAM                    ..............          67,610  ..............          87,610  ..............         +20,000
 116 CONTRACT WRITING SYSTEM                            ..............          15,000  ..............           6,000  ..............          -9,000
 117 CSS COMMUNICATIONS                                 ..............          24,700  ..............          24,700  ..............  ..............
 118 RESERVE COMPONENT AUTOMATION SYS [RCAS]            ..............          27,879  ..............          27,879  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECT EQUIP--AUDIO VISUAL SYS (A/V)
 120 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (SURVEYING EQUIPMENT)          ..............           5,000  ..............           5,000  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECT EQUIP--SUPPORT
 122 BCT EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES                          ..............          22,302  ..............  ..............  ..............         -22,302
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           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS        ..............       4,039,333  ..............       3,624,332  ..............        -415,001
            EQUIPMENT
 
     OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 
     CHEMICAL DEFENSIVE EQUIPMENT
 126 CBRN DEFENSE                                       ..............          25,828  ..............          22,607  ..............          -3,221
 127 SMOKE & OBSCURANT FAMILY: SOF (NON AAO ITEM)       ..............           5,050  ..............           5,050  ..............  ..............
 
     BRIDGING EQUIPMENT
 128 TACTICAL BRIDGING                                  ..............          59,821  ..............          59,821  ..............  ..............
 129 TACTICAL BRIDGE, FLOAT-RIBBON                      ..............          57,661  ..............          57,661  ..............  ..............
 130 BRIDGE SUPPLEMENTAL SET                            ..............          17,966  ..............          17,966  ..............  ..............
 131 COMMON BRIDGE TRANSPORTER RECAP                    ..............          43,155  ..............          43,155  ..............  ..............
 
     ENGINEER (NON-CONSTRUCTION) EQUIPMENT
 132 HANDHELD STANDOFF MINEFIELD DETECTION SYS-HST      ..............           7,570  ..............           7,570  ..............  ..............
 133 GROUND STANDOFF MINE DETECTION SYSTEM [GSTAMIDS]   ..............          37,025  ..............          37,025  ..............  ..............
 135 HUSKY MOUNTED DETECTION SYSTEM (HMDS)              ..............          83,082  ..............          76,897  ..............          -6,185
 136 ROBOTIC COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                      ..............           2,000  ..............           2,000  ..............  ..............
 137 EOD ROBOTICS SYSTEMS RECAPITALIZATION              ..............          23,115  ..............          23,115  ..............  ..............
 138 ROBOTICS AND APPLIQUE SYSTEMS                      ..............         101,056  ..............          99,037  ..............          -2,019
 140 RENDER SAFE SETS KITS OUTFITS                      ..............          18,684  ..............          18,684  ..............  ..............
 142 FAMILY OF BOATS AND MOTORS                         ..............           8,245  ..............           8,245  ..............  ..............
 
     COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 143 HEATERS AND ECU'S                                  ..............           7,336  ..............           7,336  ..............  ..............
 145 PERSONNEL RECOVERY SUPPORT SYSTEM [PRSS]           ..............           4,281  ..............           4,281  ..............  ..............
 146 GROUND SOLDIER SYSTEM                              ..............         111,955  ..............         114,505  ..............          +2,550
 147 MOBILE SOLDIER POWER                               ..............          31,364  ..............          29,943  ..............          -1,421
 148 FORCE PROVIDER                                     ..............  ..............  ..............          12,000  ..............         +12,000
 149 FIELD FEEDING EQUIPMENT                            ..............           1,673  ..............          15,973  ..............         +14,300
 150 CARGO AERIAL DEL & PERSONNEL PARACHUTE SYSTEM      ..............          43,622  ..............          39,170  ..............          -4,452
 151 FAMILY OF ENGR COMBAT AND CONSTRUCTION SETS        ..............          11,451  ..............          11,451  ..............  ..............
 152 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (ENG SPT)                      ..............           5,167  ..............           4,128  ..............          -1,039
 
     PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT
 154 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS, PETROLEUM & WATER            ..............          74,867  ..............          72,118  ..............          -2,749
 
     MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
 155 COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL                             ..............          68,225  ..............          89,831  ..............         +21,606
 
     MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT
 156 MOBILE MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS               ..............          55,053  ..............          80,053  ..............         +25,000
 157 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (MAINT EQ)                   ..............           5,608  ..............           5,608  ..............  ..............
 
     CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
 161 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR                                ..............             500  ..............             500  ..............  ..............
 162 TRACTOR, FULL TRACKED                              ..............           4,835  ..............           4,835  ..............  ..............
 163 ALL TERRAIN CRANES                                 ..............          23,936  ..............          23,003  ..............            -933
 164 HIGH MOBILITY ENGINEER EXCAVATOR [HMEE] FOS        ..............          27,188  ..............          27,188  ..............  ..............
 166 CONST EQUIP ESP                                    ..............          34,790  ..............          34,790  ..............  ..............
 167 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (CONST EQUIP)                ..............           4,381  ..............           4,381  ..............  ..............
 
     RAIL FLOAT CONTAINERIZATION EQUIPMENT
 168 ARMY WATERCRAFT ESP                                ..............          35,194  ..............          35,194  ..............  ..............
 169 MANEUVER SUPPORT VESSEL (MSV)                      ..............          14,185  ..............  ..............  ..............         -14,185
 170 ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M (FLOAT/RAIL)                 ..............           6,920  ..............           6,920  ..............  ..............
 
     GENERATORS
 171 GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT                ..............          58,566  ..............         111,040  ..............         +52,474
 172 TACTICAL ELECTRIC POWER RECAPITALIZATION           ..............          14,814  ..............          14,814  ..............  ..............
 
     MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT
 173 FAMILY OF FORKLIFTS                                ..............          14,864  ..............          13,864  ..............          -1,000
 
     TRAINING EQUIPMENT
 174 COMBAT TRAINING CENTERS SUPPORT                    ..............         123,411  ..............         123,411  ..............  ..............
 175 TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM                        ..............         220,707  ..............         207,748  ..............         -12,959
 176 SYNTHETIC TRAINING ENVIRONMENT (STE)               ..............          20,749  ..............  ..............  ..............         -20,749
 178 AVIATION COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER (AVCA      ..............           4,840  ..............           4,840  ..............  ..............
 179 GAMING TECHNOLOGY IN SUPPORT OF ARMY TRAINING      ..............          15,463  ..............          15,463  ..............  ..............
 
     TEST MEASURE AND DIG EQUIPMENT [TMD]
 180 CALIBRATION SETS EQUIPMENT                         ..............           3,030  ..............           3,030  ..............  ..............
 181 INTEGRATED FAMILY OF TEST EQUIPMENT [IFTE]         ..............          76,980  ..............          76,980  ..............  ..............
 182 TEST EQUIPMENT MODERNIZATION [TEMOD]               ..............          16,415  ..............          15,132  ..............          -1,283
 
     OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 184 RAPID EQUIPPING SOLDIER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT          ..............           9,877  ..............           9,877  ..............  ..............
 185 PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS (OPA3)                   ..............          82,158  ..............          78,958  ..............          -3,200
 186 BASE LEVEL COM'L EQUIPMENT                         ..............          15,340  ..............          15,340  ..............  ..............
 187 MODIFICATION OF IN-SVC EQUIPMENT (OPA-3)           ..............          50,458  ..............          63,458  ..............         +13,000
 189 BUILDING, PRE-FAB, RELOCATABLE                     ..............          14,400  ..............          32,700  ..............         +18,300
 190 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR USER TESTING                 ..............           9,821  ..............           9,821  ..............  ..............
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           TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT               ..............       1,814,682  ..............       1,898,517  ..............         +83,835
 
 192 INITIAL SPARES--C&E                                ..............           9,757  ..............           9,757  ..............  ..............
 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                ..............           3,710  ..............          11,910  ..............          +8,200
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           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY               ..............       7,443,101  ..............       7,220,947  ..............        -222,154
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           2020 budget      Committee      Change from
Line         Item           estimate     recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   6Joint Light               996,007         972,407         -23,600
     Tactical Vehicle
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -19,100
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: Revised
         TADSS
         acquisition
         strategy
        Transfer:      ..............  ..............          -4,500
         Army-request
         ed transfer
         to RDT&E
         Line 169
   8Family of Medium           72,057         138,057         +66,000
     Tactical Veh
     [FMTV]
        Program        ..............  ..............         +66,000
         increase
   9Firetrucks &               28,048          25,037          -3,011
     Associated
     Firefighting
     Equip
        Improving      ..............  ..............          -3,011
         funds
         management:
         Requirements
         previously
         funded
  12Hvy Expanded               30,841          95,185         +64,344
     Mobile Tactical
     Truck Ext Serv
        Program        ..............  ..............         +64,344
         increase
  15Modification of            58,946          57,112          -1,834
     In Svc Equip
        Improving      ..............  ..............          -1,834
         funds
         management:
         Program
         management
         carryover
  19Nontactical                29,891          28,804          -1,087
     Vehicles, Other
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -1,087
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: Unit
         cost growth
  21Signal                    153,933         133,913         -20,020
     Modernization
     Program
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -20,020
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: TROPO
         delay
  22Tactical Network          387,439         351,139         -36,300
     Technology Mod
     In Svc
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -36,300
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: SATCOM
         obsolescence
         -Satellite
         Transportabl
         e Terminals
         previously
         funded
  29Transportable              77,141          99,641         +22,500
     Tactical Command
     Communications
        Program        ..............  ..............         +22,500
         increase
  31Assured                    41,074          31,674          -9,400
     Positioning,
     Navigation and
     Timing
        Reduce         ..............  ..............          -2,000
         duplication:
         Dismounted
         support
         funded in
         RDT&E,A
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -7,400
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty:
         Pseudolite
         program
         termination
  38COE Tactical               77,533          31,672         -45,861
     Server
     Infrastructure
     [TSI]
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -45,861
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: TSI
         acquisition
         strategy
  46Unified Command             9,291          18,291          +9,000
     Suite
        Program        ..............  ..............          +9,000
         increase
  49Army                       43,457          37,856          -5,601
     Communications &
     Electronics
        Classified     ..............  ..............          -5,601
         adjustment
  55Communications            160,899         147,097         -13,802
     Security
     [COMSEC]
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -9,867
         budget
         justificatio
         n: INE
         quantity
         discrepancie
         s
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -3,935
         budget
         justificatio
         n: Secure
         voice
         quantity
         discrepancie
         s
  56Defensive CYBER            61,962          56,962          -5,000
     Operations
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -2,000
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty:
         Unjustified
         request-Rapi
         d
         prototyping
         fund
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -3,000
         budget
         justificatio
         n:
         Inconsistent
         justificatio
         n material
  68DCGS-A (MIP)              180,350         146,568         -33,782
        Improving      ..............  ..............         -33,782
         funds
         management:
         Capability
         drop 1
         software
         previously
         funded
  81Multi-Function              6,420  ..............          -6,420
     Electronic
     Warfare [MFEW]
     Syst
        Improving      ..............  ..............          -6,420
         funds
         management:
         Early to
         need
  86Night Vision              236,604          64,017        -172,587
     Devices
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -64,344
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: ENVG-B
         ONS excess
         to need
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -35,018
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: ENVG-B
         program of
         record unit
         cost growth
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -76,225
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: IVAS
         early to
         need
        Program        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         increase:
         Digital
         night vision
         test devices
  91Family of Weapon          120,883          81,541         -39,342
     Sights [FWS]
    Restoring          ..............  ..............         -39,342
     acquisition
     accountability:
     FWS-CS program
     delay
  94Joint Battle              265,667         256,546          -9,121
     Command--Platfor
     m [JBC-P]
        Maintain       ..............  ..............          -3,653
         program
         affordabilit
         y:
         Unjustified
         fielding
         growth
        Maintain       ..............  ..............          -5,468
         program
         affordabilit
         y:
         Unjustified
         ancillary
         equipment
         growth
 104IAMD Battle                29,629          22,000          -7,629
     Command System
        Improving      ..............  ..............          -7,629
         funds
         management:
         Ahead of
         need
 108Global Combat              17,962           8,815          -9,147
     Support System--
     Army [GCSS-A]
        Improving      ..............  ..............          -9,147
         funds
         management:
         Forward
         financing
         increment 2
         fielding
 109Integrated                 18,674           8,287         -10,387
     Personnel and
     Pay System--Army
     [IPPS-A]
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -5,813
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: Release
         3 ahead of
         need
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -4,574
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: Excess
         to
         requirements
 113Automated Data            139,342         128,542         -10,800
     Processing Equip
        Improving      ..............  ..............         -10,000
         funds
         management:
         Accessions
         Information
         Environment
         early to
         need
        Restoring      ..............  ..............            -800
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: GFEBS
         unjustified
         growth
 115High Perf                  67,610          87,610         +20,000
     Computing Mod
     Pgm [HPCMP]
        Program        ..............  ..............         +20,000
         increase:
         Virtual
         prototyping
 116Contract Writing           15,000           6,000          -9,000
     System
        Improving      ..............  ..............          -9,000
         funds
         management:
         Forward
         financing
         license
         requirements
 122BCT Emerging               22,302  ..............         -22,302
     Technologies
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............         -22,302
         budget
         justificatio
         n: Lack of
         defined
         requirements
 126CBRN Defense               25,828          22,607          -3,221
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -3,221
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: MRDS
         Unit cost
         savings
 135Husky Mounted              83,082          76,897          -6,185
     Detection System
     [HMDS]
        Insufficient   ..............  ..............          -6,185
         budget
         justificatio
         n: GPR unit
         cost savings
 138Robotics and              101,056          99,037          -2,019
     Applique Systems
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -2,019
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: MTRS
         requirement
         previously
         funded
 146Ground Soldier            111,955         114,505          +2,550
     System
        Improving      ..............  ..............          -4,950
         funds
         management:
         Sustainment
         support
         carryover
        Program        ..............  ..............          +7,500
         increase:
         Fire
         detection
 147Mobile Soldier             31,364          29,943          -1,421
     Power
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -1,421
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: UBC unit
         cost growth
 148Force Provider     ..............          12,000         +12,000
        Program        ..............  ..............         +12,000
         Increase:
         Expeditionar
         y shelter
         protection
         system
 149Field Feeding               1,673          15,973         +14,300
     Equipment
    Program increase:  ..............  ..............         +14,300
     Multi-
     temperature
     refrigerated
     container system
 150Cargo Aerial Del           43,622          39,170          -4,452
     & Personnel
     Parachute System
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -4,452
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: MC-6
         unit cost
         adjustments
 152Items Less Than             5,167           4,128          -1,039
     $5M (Eng Spt)
        Maintain       ..............  ..............          -1,039
         program
         affordabilit
         y:
         Unjustified
         management
         growth
 154Distribution               74,867          72,118          -2,749
     Systems,
     Petroleum &
     Water
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -1,249
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: HIPPO
         unit cost
         growth
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -1,500
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty:
         Unjustified
         MTTRS data
         growth
 155Combat Support             68,225          89,831         +21,606
     Medical
        Maintain       ..............  ..............          -3,394
         program
         affordabilit
         y:
         Laboratory
         science
         equipment
         unjustified
         growth
        Program        ..............  ..............         +15,000
         increase:
         Enhanced
         rotary wing
         medical kits
        Program        ..............  ..............         +10,000
         increase:
         Enhanced
         vehicle
         medical kits
 156Mobile                     55,053          80,053         +25,000
     Maintenance
     Equipment
     Systems
        Program        ..............  ..............         +25,000
         increase:
         Next
         generation
         shop
         equipment
 163All Terrain                23,936          23,003            -933
     Cranes
        Restoring      ..............  ..............            -933
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: Unit
         cost growth
 169Maneuver Support           14,185  ..............         -14,185
     Vessel [MSV]
        Improving      ..............  ..............         -14,185
         funds
         management:
         TADDS early
         to need
 171Generators and             58,566         111,040         +52,474
     Associated Equip
        Program        ..............  ..............         +52,474
         increase:
         Advanced
         Medium
         Mobile Power
         Sources
 173Family of                  14,864          13,864          -1,000
     Forklifts
        Maintain       ..............  ..............          -1,000
         program
         affordabilit
         y:
         Unjustified
         fielding
         growth
 175Training Devices,         220,707         207,748         -12,959
     Nonsystem
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -2,429
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty: V-TESS
         unit cost
         growth
        Maintain       ..............  ..............          -6,170
         program
         affordabilit
         y:
         Unjustified
         JPMRC growth
        Maintain       ..............  ..............          -4,360
         program
         affordabilit
         y:
         Unjustified
         NSTD
         furniture
         and fixtures
         growth
 176Synthetic                  20,749  ..............         -20,749
     Training
     Environment
     [STE]
        Restoring      ..............  ..............         -20,749
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty:
         Acquisition
         strategy
 182Test Equipment             16,415          15,132          -1,283
     Modernization
     [TEMOD]
        Restoring      ..............  ..............          -1,283
         acquisition
         accountabili
         ty:
         Oscilloscope
         contract
         delays
 185Physical Security          82,158          78,958          -3,200
     Systems (OPA3)
        Maintain       ..............  ..............          -3,200
         program
         affordabilit
         y:
         Unjustified
         growth-Stand
         ardized
         Intrusion
         Detection
         System
 187Modification of            50,458          63,458         +13,000
     In-Svc Equipment
     (OPA-3)
        Program        ..............  ..............         +13,000
         increase:
         Expeditionar
         y solid-
         waste
         disposal
         systems
 189Building, Pre-             14,400          32,700         +18,300
     Fab, Relocatable
        Transfer:      ..............  ..............         -14,400
         Army-request
         ed transfer
         to Title IX
        Program        ..............  ..............         +32,700
         increase:
         Stryker
         vehicle
         protective
         shelters
 999Classified                  3,710          11,910          +8,200
     Programs
        Classified     ..............  ..............          +8,200
         adjustment
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Joint Light Tactical Vehicle Trailers.--The Committee notes 
that the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle [JLTV] Multi-Service 
Operational Test & Evaluation, completed in April 2018, 
demonstrated that the Army's existing Light Tactical Trailer 
[LTT] is not compatible with the JLTV through its full mission 
profile speeds. As a result, the Army Requirements Oversight 
Council [AROC] issued a decision that restricted the mission 
profiles for JLTVs fielded with the LTT. Additionally, a JLTV 
Trailer Towing--Ground Safety Action was released on July 11, 
2019, restricting users from employing the JLTV to tow trailers 
where the HMMWV is the prime mover, including the LTT, absent 
specific authorization from the Army Command/Army Service 
Component Command.
    The Committee further notes that on June 7, 2019, an AROC 
determined that the JLTV should be fielded as a complete system 
with the JLTV Trailer [JLTV-T] and set an initial JLTV-T 
procurement quantity of 7,523. However, due to the sequencing 
of events, the President's fiscal year 2020 budget submission 
does not request funding for the Army's JLTV-T program. Given 
the safety concerns, the reduced mission profiles with existing 
trailers, and the Army's decision to pursue a JLTV-T program of 
record, the Committee supports the Secretary of the Army's 
pursuit of the JLTV-T and recognizes the disconnects from 
budget submission to subsequent restrictions. Therefore, of the 
funds made available within budget line item 6, Joint Light 
Tactical Vehicle, up to $66,100,000 may be made available to 
the Secretary of the Army for procurement of JLTV-Ts. The 
Secretary of the Army shall notify the congressional defense 
committees no later than 15-days prior to obligating funds on a 
contract, including the amount of funding repurposed, contract 
vehicle, and procurement quantity. Further, the Committee 
expects that the Army will resource the program within the 
fiscal year 2021 budget submission.
    Standoff Robotic Explosive Detection System.--The Committee 
notes that the Standoff Robotic Explosive Detection System 
[SREHD] program consists of payload modules to be mounted on 
man-portable unmanned ground vehicles, providing dismounted 
soldiers with stand-off detection, marking and neutralization 
capability for mines and explosive hazards. The Committee 
further notes that despite procurement funding being 
appropriated in the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 
2019 (Public Law 115-245), the Army has decided to complete a 
final low-rate initial production buy with previously 
appropriated fiscal year 2018 resources and execute an orderly 
shutdown of the program. The Committee is concerned that this 
approach will eliminate a soldier's capability to remain in a 
protective posture while detecting and neutralizing threats. 
Therefore, the Committee directs the Program Executive Office, 
Combat Support and Combat Service Support [PEO CS & CSS] to 
investigate the potential for integration of SREHD payload 
modules onto the Man Transportable Robotic System Increment II 
[MTRS Inc II] platform or other unmanned ground vehicles for 
future deployment. The Committee further directs PEO CS & CSS 
to provide a briefing to the congressional defense committees 
addressing the following: capabilities and limitations of SREHD 
payload modules; potential for integration of SREHD payload 
modules onto the MTRS Inc II or other unmanned ground platform; 
an overview of requirements for this capability; a breakout of 
similar capabilities being developed or procured within the 
Army; and a plan to resource integration efforts, if no such 
capabilities exist.
    Advanced Medium Mobile Power Sources.--The Committee is 
pleased with the Department's Mobile Electric Power program 
that aims to provide standardized and modern tactical electric 
power across the military services. The Committee further notes 
that a subcomponent of this effort, the Advanced Medium Mobile 
Power Sources [AMMPS] program, consisting of 30kW and 60kW 
trailer-mounted generators, includes a microgrid capability 
that allows up-to six generators to automatically start and 
stop, matching load demand. This capability increases 
reliability and fuel-efficiency, thereby lowering operating 
costs. While the Committee is pleased with the overall approach 
of the Department, the Committee is concerned with the 
Department of the Army's significant reduction to the AMMPS 
program in the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request, 
attributable to the Army's top-down reallocation effort to 
resource Army priorities under the purview of Army Futures 
Command and supporting Cross-Functional Teams. Therefore, the 
Committee recommends an additional $52,474,000 for the AMMPS 
program and encourages each of the Service Secretaries to 
invest in capabilities that improve fuel-efficiency or reduce 
the logistical burden of the operating forces.
    Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Fleet.--The Committee 
supports the continued sustainment and modernization of the 
Army's Mine Resistant Ambush Protected [MRAP] fleet and 
encourages the Secretary of the Army to continue investments in 
the MRAP fleet, as long as soldiers operate in environments 
where mines and improvised explosive devices are prevalent.
    Advanced Manufacturing Center of Excellence.--Pursuant to 
section 229 of the National Defense Authorization Act for 
Fiscal Year 2019 (Public Law 115-232), the Under Secretary of 
Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment and the Under Secretary 
of Defense for Research and Engineering, in coordination with 
the Service Secretaries, were directed to establish advanced 
manufacturing activities within each military service. The 
Committee remains supportive of these endeavors and recognizes 
the Army for establishing a Center of Excellence for Advanced 
and Additive Manufacturing at the Rock Island Arsenal--Joint 
Manufacturing and Technology Center. Therefore, the Committee 
encourages the Service Secretaries to allocate the appropriate 
resources to sustain these initiatives throughout the next 
Future Years Defense Program.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $20,092,199,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  18,522,204,000
Committee recommendation................................  18,573,560,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$18,573,560,000. This is $51,356,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY
 
     COMBAT AIRCRAFT
   1 F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET [MYP]                               24       1,748,934              24       1,721,134  ..............         -27,800
   2 F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET [MYP] (AP)              ..............          55,128  ..............          55,128  ..............  ..............
   3 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER CV                                        20       2,272,301              20       2,210,051  ..............         -62,250
   4 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER CV [AP-CY]                    ..............         339,053  ..............         339,053  ..............  ..............
   5 JSF STOVL                                                      10       1,342,035              16       1,805,535              +6        +463,500
   6 JSF STOVL [AP-CY]                                  ..............         291,804  ..............         177,558  ..............        -114,246
   7 CH-53K (HEAVY LIFT)                                             6         807,876               6         807,876  ..............  ..............
   8 CH-53K (HEAVY LIFT) [AP-CY]                        ..............         215,014  ..............         215,014  ..............  ..............
   9 V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT)                                             10         966,666              10         966,666  ..............  ..............
  10 V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT) [AP-CY]                         ..............          27,104  ..............          27,104  ..............  ..............
  11 UH-1Y/AH-1Z                                        ..............          62,003  ..............          62,003  ..............  ..............
  13 MH-60R                                             ..............             894  ..............             894  ..............  ..............
  14 P-8A POSEIDON                                                   6       1,206,701               6       1,139,401  ..............         -67,300
  16 E-2D ADV HAWKEYE                                                4         744,484               4         727,184  ..............         -17,300
  17 E-2D ADV HAWKEYE [AP-CY]                           ..............         190,204  ..............         190,204  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT                       ..............      10,270,201  ..............      10,444,805  ..............        +174,604
 
     TRAINER AIRCRAFT
  19 ADVANCED HELICOPTER TRAINING SYSTEM                            32         261,160              32         261,160  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TRAINER AIRCRAFT                      ..............         261,160  ..............         261,160  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  20 KC-130J                                                         3         240,840               3         240,840  ..............  ..............
  21 KC-130J [AP-CY]                                    ..............          66,061  ..............          66,061  ..............  ..............
  22 F-5                                                            22          39,676              22          39,676  ..............  ..............
  23 MQ-4 TRITON                                                     2         473,134               2         460,634  ..............         -12,500
  24 MQ-4 TRITON [AP-CY]                                ..............          20,139  ..............          20,139  ..............  ..............
  25 MQ-8 UAV                                           ..............          44,957  ..............          44,957  ..............  ..............
  26 STUASL0 UAV                                        ..............          43,819  ..............          43,819  ..............  ..............
  27 OTHER SUPPORT AIRCRAFT                             ..............  ..............               1          14,300              +1         +14,300
  28 VH-92A EXECUTIVE HELO                                           6         658,067               6         624,967  ..............         -33,100
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                        ..............       1,586,693  ..............       1,555,393  ..............         -31,300
 
     MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT
  29 AEA SYSTEMS                                        ..............          44,470  ..............          44,470  ..............  ..............
  30 AV-8 SERIES                                        ..............          39,472  ..............          39,472  ..............  ..............
  31 ADVERSARY                                          ..............           3,415  ..............           3,415  ..............  ..............
  32 F-18 SERIES                                        ..............       1,207,089  ..............       1,139,670  ..............         -67,419
  33 H-53 SERIES                                        ..............          68,385  ..............          68,385  ..............  ..............
  34 MH-60 SERIES                                       ..............         149,797  ..............         147,297  ..............          -2,500
  35 H-1 SERIES                                         ..............         114,059  ..............         107,309  ..............          -6,750
  36 EP-3 SERIES                                        ..............           8,655  ..............           8,655  ..............  ..............
  38 E-2 SERIES                                         ..............         117,059  ..............         117,059  ..............  ..............
  39 TRAINER A/C SERIES                                 ..............           5,616  ..............           5,616  ..............  ..............
  40 C-2A                                               ..............          15,747  ..............          13,747  ..............          -2,000
  41 C-130 SERIES                                       ..............         122,671  ..............          85,266  ..............         -37,405
  42 FEWSG                                              ..............             509  ..............             509  ..............  ..............
  43 CARGO/TRANSPORT A/C SERIES                         ..............           8,767  ..............           8,767  ..............  ..............
  44 E-6 SERIES                                         ..............         169,827  ..............         166,527  ..............          -3,300
  45 EXECUTIVE HELICOPTERS SERIES                       ..............           8,933  ..............           8,933  ..............  ..............
  47 T-45 SERIES                                        ..............         186,022  ..............         171,722  ..............         -14,300
  48 POWER PLANT CHANGES                                ..............          16,136  ..............          16,136  ..............  ..............
  49 JPATS SERIES                                       ..............          21,824  ..............          21,824  ..............  ..............
  50 AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT MODS                         ..............          39,762  ..............          39,762  ..............  ..............
  51 COMMON ECM EQUIPMENT                               ..............         162,839  ..............         159,539  ..............          -3,300
  52 COMMON AVIONICS CHANGES                            ..............         102,107  ..............         102,107  ..............  ..............
  53 COMMON DEFENSIVE WEAPON SYSTEM                     ..............           2,100  ..............           2,100  ..............  ..............
  54 ID SYSTEMS                                         ..............          41,437  ..............          41,437  ..............  ..............
  55 P-8 SERIES                                         ..............         107,539  ..............          74,610  ..............         -32,929
  56 MAGTF EW FOR AVIATION                              ..............          26,536  ..............          26,536  ..............  ..............
  57 MQ-8 SERIES                                        ..............          34,686  ..............          34,686  ..............  ..............
  58 V-22 (TILT/ROTOR ACFT) OSPREY                      ..............         325,367  ..............         325,367  ..............  ..............
  59 NEXT GENERATION JAMMER [NGJ]                       ..............           6,223  ..............  ..............  ..............          -6,223
  60 F-35 STOVL SERIES                                  ..............          65,585  ..............          61,585  ..............          -4,000
  61 F-35 CV SERIES                                     ..............          15,358  ..............          13,358  ..............          -2,000
  62 QUICK REACTION CAPABILITY (QRC)                    ..............         165,016  ..............         165,016  ..............  ..............
  63 MQ-4 SERIES                                        ..............          27,994  ..............          27,994  ..............  ..............
  64 RQ-21 SERIES                                       ..............          66,282  ..............          61,032  ..............          -5,250
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT              ..............       3,497,284  ..............       3,309,908  ..............        -187,376
 
     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  67 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............       2,166,788  ..............       2,263,108  ..............         +96,320
 
     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  68 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT                            ..............         491,025  ..............         491,025  ..............  ..............
  69 AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                     ..............          71,335  ..............          71,335  ..............  ..............
  70 WAR CONSUMABLES                                    ..............          41,086  ..............          41,086  ..............  ..............
  72 SPECIAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                          ..............         135,740  ..............         135,740  ..............  ..............
  73 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                   ..............             892  ..............  ..............  ..............            -892
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT &          ..............         740,078  ..............         739,186  ..............            -892
            FACILITIES
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY            ..............      18,522,204  ..............      18,573,560  ..............         +51,356
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1F/A-18E/F                1,748,934       1,721,134         -27,800
     (Fighter) Hornet
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -27,800
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Contract
         award savings
   3Joint Strike             2,272,301       2,210,051         -62,250
     Fighter CV
        Program         ..............  ..............          +2,750
         increase:
         Alternate
         sourcing
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -55,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Unit cost
         savings
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -10,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Other
         corporate ops
         carryover
   5JSF STOVL                1,342,035       1,805,535        +463,500
        Program         ..............  ..............        +747,150
         increase: Six
         aircraft
        Program         ..............  ..............         +39,350
         increase:
         Alternate
         sourcing
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -43,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Unit cost
         savings
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -10,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Other
         corporate ops
         carryover
        Restoring       ..............  ..............        -270,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Excess
         support costs
   6JSF STOVL--AP              291,804         177,558        -114,246
        Maintain        ..............  ..............        -114,246
         program
         affordability
         : Excess
         advance
         procurement
  14P-8A Poseidon            1,206,701       1,139,401         -67,300
        Maintain        ..............  ..............         -27,900
         program
         affordability
         : Excess
         production
         engineering
         support given
         sustained
         production
         line
        Maintain        ..............  ..............         -39,400
         program
         affordability
         : Excess
         other
         integrated
         logistics
         support given
         sustained
         production
         line
  16E-2D Adv Hawkeye           744,484         727,184         -17,300
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -5,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y:
         Anticipated
         unit cost
         contract
         award savings
        Maintain        ..............  ..............         -12,300
         program
         affordability
         : Unjustified
         growth in
         peculiar
         ground
         support
         equipment
  23MQ-4 Triton                473,134         460,634         -12,500
        Maintain        ..............  ..............         -12,500
         program
         affordability
         : Unjustified
         unit cost
         growth
  27Other Support       ..............          14,300         +14,300
     Aircraft
        Program         ..............  ..............         +14,300
         increase:
         Additional UC-
         12W for USMC
  28VH-92A Executive           658,067         624,967         -33,100
     Helo
        Maintain        ..............  ..............         -19,000
         program
         affordability
         : Unjustified
         request for
         airframe and
         contractor
         funded
         equipment
        Maintain        ..............  ..............         -14,100
         program
         affordability
         : Excess
         support costs
  32F-18 Series              1,207,089       1,139,670         -67,419
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -67,419
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: IRST
         modifications
         early to need
  34MH-60 Series               149,797         147,297          -2,500
        Maintain        ..............  ..............          -2,500
         program
         affordability
         : MC/FMC B
         kits excess
         to need
  35H-1 Series                 114,059         107,309          -6,750
        Maintain        ..............  ..............          -6,750
         program
         affordability
         : Unjustified
         growth (OSIP
         013-14)
  40C-2A                        15,747          13,747          -2,000
        Maintain        ..............  ..............          -2,000
         program
         affordability
         : ARC-210
         radio program
         cancellation
  41C-130 Series               122,671          85,266         -37,405
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -37,405
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Block 8.1
         upgrade
         program delay
         (OSIP 019-14)
  44E-6 Series                 169,827         166,527          -3,300
        Maintain        ..............  ..............          -3,300
         program
         affordability
         : Unjustified
         growth in
         training
         (OSIP 013-10)
  47T-45 Series                186,022         171,722         -14,300
        Maintain        ..............  ..............         -14,300
         program
         affordability
         : Prior year
         carryover
  51Common ECM                 162,839         159,539          -3,300
     Equipment
        Maintain        ..............  ..............          -3,300
         program
         affordability
         : Install
         Equip AN/APR-
         39 MV-22 unit
         cost growth
  55P-8 Series                 107,539          74,610         -32,929
        Restoring       ..............  ..............         -32,929
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Increment
         3 ECP 6 early
         to need
  59Next Generation              6,223  ..............          -6,223
     Jammer [NGJ]
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -6,223
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y:
         Procurement
         early to need
  60F-35 STOVL Series           65,585          61,585          -4,000
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -4,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Block 4
         upgrade
         funding ahead
         of need
  61F-35 CV Series              15,358          13,358          -2,000
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -2,000
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Block 4
         upgrade
         funding ahead
         of need
  64RQ-21 Series                66,282          61,032          -5,250
        Maintain        ..............  ..............          -5,250
         program
         affordability
         : Unjustified
         growth in B
         kits (OSIP
         004-20)
  67Spares and Repair        2,166,788       2,263,108         +96,320
     Parts
        Program         ..............  ..............         +52,000
         increase: F/A-
         18E/F engine
         spares
        Program         ..............  ..............         +44,820
         increase: F-
         35B spares
        Program         ..............  ..............         +28,800
         increase: F-
         35B engine
         spare
        Maintain        ..............  ..............         -29,300
         program
         affordability
         : CH-53K
         spares excess
         growth
  73First Destination              892  ..............            -892
     Transportation
        Maintain        ..............  ..............            -892
         program
         affordability
         : Prior year
         carryover
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       Weapons Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $3,711,576,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................................
Committee recommendation................................   3,963,067,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,963,067,000. This is $3,963,067,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY
 
     BALLISTIC MISSILES
 
     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES
   1 TRIDENT II MODS                                    ..............  ..............  ..............       1,177,251  ..............      +1,177,251
 
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
   2 MISSILE INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                      ..............  ..............  ..............           7,142  ..............          +7,142
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BALLISTIC MISSILES                    ..............  ..............  ..............       1,184,393  ..............      +1,184,393
 
     OTHER MISSILES
 
     STRATEGIC MISSILES
   3 TOMAHAWK                                           ..............  ..............              90         355,556             +90        +355,556
 
     TACTICAL MISSILES
   4 AMRAAM                                             ..............  ..............             169         211,827            +169        +211,827
   5 SIDEWINDER                                         ..............  ..............             292         115,473            +292        +115,473
   7 STANDARD MISSILE                                   ..............  ..............             125         404,523            +125        +404,523
   8 STANDARD MISSILE [AP-CY]                           ..............  ..............  ..............          96,085  ..............         +96,085
   9 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB II                             ..............  ..............             750         108,452            +750        +108,452
  10 RAM                                                ..............  ..............             120         106,765            +120        +106,765
  12 HELLFIRE                                           ..............  ..............              29           1,525             +29          +1,525
  15 AERIAL TARGETS                                     ..............  ..............  ..............         145,880  ..............        +145,880
  17 OTHER MISSILE SUPPORT                              ..............  ..............  ..............           3,388  ..............          +3,388
  18 LRASM                                              ..............  ..............              24          72,544             +24         +72,544
  19 LCS OTH MISSILE                                    ..............  ..............              18          38,137             +18         +38,137
 
     MODIFICATION OF MISSILES
  20 ESSM                                               ..............  ..............              60         110,059             +60        +110,059
  21 HARPOON MODS                                       ..............  ..............  ..............          25,447  ..............         +25,447
  22 HARM MODS                                          ..............  ..............  ..............         183,740  ..............        +183,740
  23 STANDARD MISSILES MODS                             ..............  ..............  ..............           2,500  ..............          +2,500
 
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
  24 WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES                      ..............  ..............  ..............          12,006  ..............         +12,006
  25 FLEET SATELLITE COMM FOLLOW-ON                     ..............  ..............  ..............          67,380  ..............         +67,380
 
     ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  27 ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............  ..............  ..............          42,027  ..............         +42,027
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                        ..............  ..............  ..............       2,103,314  ..............      +2,103,314
 
     TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT
 
     TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP
  28 SSTD                                               ..............  ..............  ..............           5,561  ..............          +5,561
  29 MK-48 TORPEDO                                      ..............  ..............              71         130,000             +71        +130,000
  30 ASW TARGETS                                        ..............  ..............  ..............          15,095  ..............         +15,095
 
     MOD OF TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP
  31 MK-54 TORPEDO MODS                                 ..............  ..............  ..............         103,860  ..............        +103,860
  32 MK-48 TORPEDO ADCAP MODS                           ..............  ..............  ..............          39,508  ..............         +39,508
  33 QUICKSTRIKE MINE                                   ..............  ..............  ..............           5,183  ..............          +5,183
 
     SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  34 TORPEDO SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                          ..............  ..............  ..............          68,225  ..............         +68,225
  35 ASW RANGE SUPPORT                                  ..............  ..............  ..............           3,890  ..............          +3,890
 
     DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION
  36 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                   ..............  ..............  ..............           3,803  ..............          +3,803
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT       ..............  ..............  ..............         375,125  ..............        +375,125
 
     OTHER WEAPONS
 
     GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS
  37 SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS                             ..............  ..............  ..............          13,607  ..............         +13,607
 
     MODIFICATION OF GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS
  38 CIWS MODS                                          ..............  ..............  ..............          44,126  ..............         +44,126
  39 COAST GUARD WEAPONS                                ..............  ..............  ..............          43,927  ..............         +43,927
  40 GUN MOUNT MODS                                     ..............  ..............  ..............          62,579  ..............         +62,579
  41 LCS MODULE WEAPONS                                 ..............  ..............              90          10,998             +90         +10,998
  43 AIRBORNE MINE NEUTRALIZATION SYSTEMS               ..............  ..............  ..............           7,160  ..............          +7,160
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER WEAPONS                         ..............  ..............  ..............         182,397  ..............        +182,397
 
  45 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............  ..............  ..............         117,838  ..............        +117,838
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY             ..............  ..............  ..............       3,963,067  ..............      +3,963,067
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 Trident II Mods   ..............       1,177,251      +1,177,251
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............      +1,177,251
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
    2 Missile           ..............           7,142          +7,142
       Industrial
       Facilities
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............          +7,142
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
    3 Tomahawk          ..............         355,556        +355,556
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +386,730
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Restoring     ..............  ..............         -13,380
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity:
           Support
           equipment
           requirement
           s
           previously
           funded
          Restoring     ..............  ..............          -8,370
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: NAV/
           COMMs kits
           early to
           need
          Restoring     ..............  ..............          -9,424
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity:
           Recertifica
           tions early
           to need
    4 AMRAAM            ..............         211,827        +211,827
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +224,502
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Restoring     ..............  ..............         -12,675
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: AUR
           unit cost
           growth
    5 Sidewinder        ..............         115,473        +115,473
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +119,456
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Restoring     ..............  ..............          -3,983
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: AUR
           unit cost
           growth
    7 Standard Missile  ..............         404,523        +404,523
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +404,523
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
    8 Standard Missile  ..............          96,085         +96,085
       (AP)
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +96,085
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
    9 Small Diameter    ..............         108,452        +108,452
       Bomb II
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +118,466
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Restoring     ..............  ..............         -10,014
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: AUR
           unit cost
           growth
   10 Ram               ..............         106,765        +106,765
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +106,765
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   12 Hellfire          ..............           1,525          +1,525
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............          +1,525
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   15 Aerial Targets    ..............         145,880        +145,880
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +145,880
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   16 Drones And
       Decoys
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +20,000
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Restoring     ..............  ..............         -20,000
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity:
           Accelerated
           acquisition
           strategy
   17 Other Missile     ..............           3,388          +3,388
       Support
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............          +3,388
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   18 LRASM             ..............          72,544         +72,544
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +143,200
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Restoring     ..............  ..............         -70,656
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity:
           Contract
           delay
   19 LCS OTH Missile   ..............          38,137         +38,137
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +38,137
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   20 ESSM              ..............         110,059        +110,059
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +128,059
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Restoring     ..............  ..............         -18,000
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: AUR
           unit cost
           adjustment
   21 Harpoon Mods      ..............          25,447         +25,447
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +25,447
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   22 Harm Mods         ..............         183,740        +183,740
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +183,740
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   23 Standard          ..............           2,500          +2,500
       Missiles Mods
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +22,500
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Maintain      ..............  ..............         -20,000
           program
           affordabili
           ty:
           Unjustified
           component
           improvement
           request
   24 Weapons           ..............          12,006         +12,006
       Industrial
       Facilities
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............          +1,958
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Program       ..............  ..............         +10,048
           increase:
           NIROP
           facilitizat
           ion
   25 Fleet Satellite   ..............          67,380         +67,380
       Comm Follow-On
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +67,380
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   27 Ordnance Support  ..............          42,027         +42,027
       Equipment
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +109,427
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Classified    ..............  ..............         -67,400
           adjustment
   28 SSTD              ..............           5,561          +5,561
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............          +5,561
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   29 MK-48 Torpedo     ..............         130,000        +130,000
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +114,000
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Program       ..............  ..............         +16,000
           increase:
           Additional
           munitions
   30 ASW Targets       ..............          15,095         +15,095
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +15,095
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   31 MK-54 Torpedo     ..............         103,860        +103,860
       Mods
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +119,453
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Restoring     ..............  ..............         -15,593
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: HAAWC
           unit cost
           growth
   32 MK-48 Torpedo     ..............          39,508         +39,508
       ADCAP Mods
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +39,508
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   33 Quickstrike Mine  ..............           5,183          +5,183
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............          +5,183
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   34 Torpedo Support   ..............          68,225         +68,225
       Equipment
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +79,028
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Improving     ..............  ..............         -10,803
           funds
           management:
           Prior year
           carryover
   35 ASW Range         ..............           3,890          +3,890
       Support
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............          +3,890
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   36 First             ..............           3,803          +3,803
       Destination
       Transportation
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............          +3,803
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   37 Small Arms and    ..............          13,607         +13,607
       Weapons
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +14,797
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Restoring     ..............  ..............          -1,190
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: CSASS
           previously
           funded
   38 CIWS Mods         ..............          44,126         +44,126
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +44,126
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   39 Coast Guard       ..............          43,927         +43,927
       Weapons
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +44,980
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Maintain      ..............  ..............          -1,053
           program
           affordabili
           ty:
           Unjustified
           ILS growth
   40 Gun Mount Mods    ..............          62,579         +62,579
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +66,376
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Maintain      ..............  ..............          -1,127
           program
           affordabili
           ty:
           Unjustified
           growth-Medi
           um caliber
           gun mounts
          Maintain      ..............  ..............          -2,670
           program
           affordabili
           ty:
           Unjustified
           growth-MK
           38
   41 LCS Module        ..............          10,998         +10,998
       Weapons
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +14,585
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Improving     ..............  ..............          -3,587
           funds
           management:
           AURs early
           to need
   43 Airborne Mine     ..............           7,160          +7,160
       Neutralization
       Systems
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............          +7,160
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   45 Spares and        ..............         117,838        +117,838
       Repair Parts
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +126,138
           From Title
           IX to Title
           II for base
           requirement
           s
          Improving     ..............  ..............          -8,300
           funds
           management:
           Prior year
           carryover
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2019....................................    $952,682,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................................
Committee recommendation................................     872,251,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $872,251,000. 
This is $872,251,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY & MARINE CORPS
 
     PROC AMMO, NAVY
 
     NAVY AMMUNITION
   1 GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                              ..............  ..............  ..............          34,997  ..............         +34,997
   2 JDAM                                               ..............  ..............           2,844          70,413          +2,844         +70,413
   3 AIRBORNE ROCKETS, ALL TYPES                        ..............  ..............  ..............          27,684  ..............         +27,684
   4 MACHINE GUN AMMUNITION                             ..............  ..............  ..............           4,793  ..............          +4,793
   5 PRACTICE BOMBS                                     ..............  ..............  ..............          34,708  ..............         +34,708
   6 CARTRIDGES & CART ACTUATED DEVICES                 ..............  ..............  ..............          45,738  ..............         +45,738
   7 AIR EXPENDABLE COUNTERMEASURES                     ..............  ..............  ..............          77,301  ..............         +77,301
   8 JATOS                                              ..............  ..............  ..............           7,262  ..............          +7,262
   9 5 INCH/54 GUN AMMUNITION                           ..............  ..............  ..............          19,161  ..............         +19,161
  10 INTERMEDIATE CALIBER GUN AMMUNITION                ..............  ..............  ..............          37,193  ..............         +37,193
  11 OTHER SHIP GUN AMMUNITION                          ..............  ..............  ..............          39,291  ..............         +39,291
  12 SMALL ARMS & LANDING PARTY AMMO                    ..............  ..............  ..............          47,896  ..............         +47,896
  13 PYROTECHNIC AND DEMOLITION                         ..............  ..............  ..............          10,621  ..............         +10,621
  15 AMMUNITION LESS THAN $5 MILLION                    ..............  ..............  ..............           2,386  ..............          +2,386
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROC AMMO, NAVY                       ..............  ..............  ..............         459,444  ..............        +459,444
 
     PROC AMMO, MARINE CORPS
 
     MARINE CORPS AMMUNITION
  16 MORTARS                                            ..............  ..............  ..............          55,543  ..............         +55,543
  17 DIRECT SUPPORT MUNITIONS                           ..............  ..............  ..............          61,906  ..............         +61,906
  18 INFANTRY WEAPONS AMMUNITION                        ..............  ..............  ..............          52,088  ..............         +52,088
  19 COMBAT SUPPORT MUNITIONS                           ..............  ..............  ..............          40,048  ..............         +40,048
  20 AMMO MODERNIZATION                                 ..............  ..............  ..............          14,325  ..............         +14,325
  21 ARTILLERY MUNITIONS                                ..............  ..............  ..............         184,376  ..............        +184,376
  22 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                         ..............  ..............  ..............           4,521  ..............          +4,521
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROC AMMO, MARINE CORPS               ..............  ..............  ..............         412,807  ..............        +412,807
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY & MARINE    ..............  ..............  ..............         872,251  ..............        +872,251
            CORPS
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1General Purpose     ..............          34,997         +34,997
     Bombs
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +36,028
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -1,031
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: Q2192 BLU-
         110 unit cost
         growth
   2JDAM                ..............          70,413         +70,413
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +70,413
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
   3Airborne Rockets,   ..............          27,684         +27,684
     All Types
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +31,756
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -4,072
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: MK 66 unit
         cost growth
   4Machine Gun         ..............           4,793          +4,793
     Ammunition
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............          +4,793
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
   5Practice Bombs      ..............          34,708         +34,708
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +34,708
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
   6Cartridges & Cart   ..............          45,738         +45,738
     Actuated Devices
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +45,738
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
   7Air Expendable      ..............          77,301         +77,301
     Countermeasures
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +77,301
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
   8JATOS               ..............           7,262          +7,262
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............          +7,262
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
   95 Inch/54 Gun       ..............          19,161         +19,161
     Ammunition
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +22,594
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -3,433
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: MK 187
         contract
         delay
  10Intermediate        ..............          37,193         +37,193
     Caliber Gun
     Ammunition
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +37,193
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  11Other Ship Gun      ..............          39,291         +39,291
     Ammunition
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +39,491
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............            -200
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: 20MM DUMMY
         contract
         award delay
  12Small Arms &        ..............          47,896         +47,896
     Landing Party
     Ammo
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +47,896
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  13Pyrotechnic and     ..............          10,621         +10,621
     Demolition
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +10,621
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  15Ammunition Less     ..............           2,386          +2,386
     Than $5 Million
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............          +2,386
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  16Mortars             ..............          55,543         +55,543
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +55,543
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  17Direct Support      ..............          61,906         +61,906
     Munitions
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............        +131,765
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Insufficient    ..............  ..............         -30,053
         budget
         justification
         : CZ11
         Multipurpose
         round
        Insufficient    ..............  ..............         -27,000
         budget
         justification
         : HB25
         Complete
         Round
        Insufficient    ..............  ..............         -12,000
         budget
         justification
         : HB26
         Complete
         Round
        Improving       ..............  ..............            -806
         Funds
         Management:
         CA30 complete
         round unit
         cost
         discrepancy
  18Infantry Weapons    ..............          52,088         +52,088
     Ammunition
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +78,056
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Improving       ..............  ..............         -25,968
         Funds
         Management:
         Marine Corps
         identified
         excess to
         need
  19Combat Support      ..............          40,048         +40,048
     Munitions
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +40,048
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  20Ammo Modernization  ..............          14,325         +14,325
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............         +14,325
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
  21Artillery           ..............         184,376        +184,376
     Munitions
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............        +188,876
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
        Restoring       ..............  ..............          -2,500
         acquisition
         accountabilit
         y: NA29 unit
         cost growth
        Improving       ..............  ..............          -2,000
         Funds
         Management:
         Marine Corps
         identified
         excess to
         need
  22Items Less Than $5  ..............           4,521          +4,521
     Million
        Transfer: From  ..............  ..............          +4,521
         Title IX to
         Title III for
         base
         requirements
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $24,150,087,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  23,783,710,000
Committee recommendation................................  24,366,431,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$24,366,431,000. This is $582,721,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              SHIPBUILDING & CONVERSION, NAVY
 
     FLEET BALLISTIC MISSILE SHIPS
   1 OHIO REPLACEMENT SUBMARINE [AP-CY]                 ..............       1,698,907  ..............       1,821,907  ..............        +123,000
 
     OTHER WARSHIPS
   2 CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM (CVN 80)               ..............       2,347,000  ..............       1,062,000  ..............      -1,285,000
  XX CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM (CVN 81)               ..............  ..............  ..............       1,174,750  ..............      +1,174,750
   3 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE                                        3       7,155,946               2       5,355,946              -1      -1,800,000
   4 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE [AP-CY]                   ..............       2,769,552  ..............       2,969,552  ..............        +200,000
   5 CVN REFUELING OVERHAUL                                          1         647,926               1         614,626  ..............         -33,300
   6 CVN REFUELING OVERHAULS [AP-CY]                    ..............  ..............  ..............          16,900  ..............         +16,900
   7 DDG 1000                                           ..............         155,944  ..............         155,944  ..............  ..............
   8 DDG-51                                                          3       5,099,295               3       5,099,295  ..............  ..............
   9 DDG-51 [AP-CY]                                     ..............         224,028  ..............         779,028  ..............        +555,000
  11 FFG-FRIGATE                                                     1       1,281,177               1       1,281,177  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER WARSHIPS                        ..............      19,680,868  ..............      18,509,218  ..............      -1,171,650
 
     AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS
  12 LPD FLIGHT II                                      ..............  ..............               1         747,100              +1        +747,100
  13 LPD FLIGHT II (AP)                                 ..............         247,100  ..............  ..............  ..............        -247,100
  15 LHA REPLACEMENT                                    ..............  ..............               1         650,000              +1        +650,000
  17 EXPEDITIONARY FAST TRANSPORT                       ..............  ..............               1         261,000              +1        +261,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS                      ..............         247,100  ..............       1,658,100  ..............      +1,411,000
 
     AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR PROGRAM COSTS
  18 TAO FLEET OILER                                                 2         981,215               2         981,215  ..............  ..............
  19 TAO FLEET OILER [AP-CY]                            ..............          73,000  ..............          73,000  ..............  ..............
  20 TOWING, SALVAGE, AND RESCUE SHIP (ATS)                          2         150,282               1          88,204              -1         -62,078
  22 LCU 1700                                                        4          85,670               4          85,670  ..............  ..............
  23 OUTFITTING                                         ..............         754,679  ..............         714,428  ..............         -40,251
  25 SERVICE CRAFT                                      ..............          56,289               1          81,789              +1         +25,500
  28 COMPLETION OF PY SHIPBUILDING PROGRAMS             ..............          55,700  ..............         104,700  ..............         +49,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR    ..............       2,156,835  ..............       2,129,006  ..............         -27,829
            PROGRAM
 
  XX UNMANNED SURFACE VESSELS                           ..............  ..............               2         248,200              +2        +248,200
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SHIPBUILDING & CONVERSION, NAVY       ..............      23,783,710  ..............      24,366,431  ..............        +582,721
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         2020 budget       Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1OHIO                   1,698,907        1,821,907         +123,000
     Replacement
     Submarine (AP-
     CY)
        Program      ...............  ...............         +123,000
         increase:
         Submarine
         industrial
         base
         expansion
   2Carrier                2,347,000        1,062,000       -1,285,000
     Replacement
     Program (CVN
     80)
        Restoring    ...............  ...............       -1,285,000
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Transfer
         CVN-81
         only to
         line 2X
  2XCarrier          ...............        1,174,750       +1,174,750
     Replacement
     Program (CVN
     81)
        Restoring    ...............  ...............       +1,285,000
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Transfer
         from line
         2 for CVN-
         81 only
        Insufficien  ...............  ...............         -110,250
         t budget
         justificat
         ion:
         Growth for
         non-propul
         sion
         equipment
   3Virginia Class         7,155,946        5,355,946       -1,800,000
     Submarine
        Restoring    ...............  ...............       -3,100,000
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Transfer
         from SSN-
         812 to SSN-
         804 and
         SSN-805
         full
         funding
         with
         Virginia
         Payload
         Modules
         per
         revised
         multi-year
         procuremen
         t contract
         cost
         estimate
        Restoring    ...............  ...............         -100,000
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Transfer
         from SSN-
         812 to
         Research
         and
         Developmen
         t, Navy,
         line 132
         for SSN-
         812 design
         risk
         reduction
        Improving    ...............  ...............       +1,400,000
         funds
         management
         : Transfer
         from SSN-
         812 to SSN-
         804 and
         SSN-805
         per
         revised
         multi-year
         procuremen
         t contract
         cost
         estimate,
         including
         Virginia
         Payload
         Modules
   4Virginia Class         2,769,552        2,969,552         +200,000
     Submarine (AP-
     CY)
        Restoring    ...............  ...............         +200,000
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Transfer
         from SSN-
         812 to
         Advance
         Procuremen
         t in
         support of
         10th multi-
         year
         procuremen
         t contract
         option
         ship only
   5CVN Refueling            647,926          614,626          -33,300
     Overhauls
        Transfer to  ...............  ...............          -16,900
         line 6
         only for
         CVN 75
         RCOH
        Restoring    ...............  ...............          -16,400
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Temporary
         systems
         unjustifie
         d request
   6CVN Refueling    ...............           16,900          +16,900
     Overhauls (AP-
     CY)
        Transfer     ...............  ...............          +16,900
         from line
         5 only for
         CVN 75
         RCOH
   9DDG-51 (AP-CY)           224,028          779,028         +555,000
        Program      ...............  ...............         +390,000
         increase:
         Long lead
         time
         material
         for fiscal
         year 2021
         DDG 51
         Flight III
         ships
        Program      ...............  ...............         +130,000
         increase:
         Surface
         combatant
         supplier
         base
        Program      ...............  ...............          +35,000
         increase:
         Hybrid
         electric
         drive
  12LPD Flight II    ...............          747,100         +747,100
        Improving    ...............  ...............         +247,100
         funds
         management
         : Transfer
         from line
         13 for LPD
         31
        Program      ...............  ...............         +500,000
         increase:
         LPD 31
  13LPD Flight II            247,100  ...............         -247,100
     (AP-CY)
        Improving    ...............  ...............         -247,100
         funds
         management
         : Transfer
         to line 12
         for LPD 31
  15LHA Replacement  ...............          650,000         +650,000
        Program      ...............  ...............         +650,000
         increase:
         LHA 9
  17Expeditionary    ...............          261,000         +261,000
     Fast Transport
     [EPF]
        Program      ...............  ...............         +261,000
         increase:
         Additional
         ship
  20Towing,                  150,282           88,204          -62,078
     Salvage, and
     Rescue Ship
     (ATS)
        Restoring    ...............  ...............          -62,078
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity:
         Contract
         award
         delays
  23Outfitting               754,679          714,428          -40,251
        Restoring    ...............  ...............          -37,539
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity: CVN
         79
         outfitting
         early to
         need
        Restoring    ...............  ...............           -2,712
         acquisitio
         n
         accountabi
         lity: T-AO
         outfitting
         early to
         need
  25Service Craft             56,289           81,789          +25,500
        Program      ...............  ...............          +25,500
         increase:
         Accelerate
         YP-703
         Flight II
  28Completion of             55,700          104,700          +49,000
     PY
     Shipbuilding
     Programs
        Program      ...............  ...............          +49,000
         increase:
         EPF-14
         Expedition
         ary
         Medical
         Transport
         conversion
  XXUnmanned         ...............          248,200         +248,200
     Surface Vesels
        Transfer     ...............  ...............         +209,200
         from RDN,
         line 34 to
         Unmanned
         Surface
         Vessels
        Transfer     ...............  ...............          +39,000
         from RDN,
         line 34 to
         Unmanned
         Surface
         Vessels C4
         LLTM only
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Congressional Reporting on Submarine Construction 
Programs.--Consistent with direction accompanying the 
Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2016, the Assistant 
Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) 
submits to the congressional defense committees quarterly 
reports describing actions the Navy is taking to minimize costs 
on the Virginia Payload Module [VPM] program. Additionally, the 
Program Executive Officer, Submarines provides quarterly 
construction metrics on the Columbia Class Submarine, Virginia 
Class Submarine and VPM programs. The Committee directs the 
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and 
Acquisition) to consolidate and update these reporting 
requirements in accordance with congressional guidance 
regarding key metrics for these programs beginning in the 
second quarter, fiscal year 2020.
    CVN 80 and CVN 81 Budget Justification Materials.--The 
fiscal year 2020 President's budget request includes 
$2,347,000,000 for the incrementally funded procurement of CVN 
80 and CVN 81 in accordance with contract authorities provided 
by the Congress and implemented by the Department of Defense in 
fiscal year 2019. The Committee notes that the Navy did not 
update its congressional budget justification or briefing 
materials in support of this acquisition and strategy, which 
has fiscal implications well into the 2030s. The Committee 
finds this unsatisfactory and directs the Assistant Secretary 
of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller) to provide 
not later than 30 days after enactment of this Act, proposals 
for updated CVN 78 Class congressional budget justification 
documents to the congressional defense committees in support of 
future budget submissions, to be implemented with the fiscal 
year 2021 President's budget request.
    Virginia Class Submarine.--The fiscal year 2020 President's 
budget request includes $9,925,498,000 for the procurement of 
Virginia Class Submarines [VCS] under multi-year procurement 
authority for Block V VCS provided by the Congress in fiscal 
years 2018 and 2019. The Committee notes that conditions for 
multi-year procurement authority include stable requirements, 
funding availability and stability, design stability, as well 
as realistic cost estimates. The Committee further notes that 
with submission of the fiscal year 2020 President's budget 
request, the Navy violated several of these tenets, in 
particular with respect to program requirements and funding 
stability, thus needlessly introducing uncertainty to the 
Navy's acquisition enterprise and the submarine industrial 
base. Following extensive discussions with the Navy and the 
industrial base team, the Committee understands that challenges 
in the execution of the current Block IV VCS multi-year 
procurement contract as well as updated estimates for labor 
hours required for the construction and delivery of 10 Block V 
VCS with 9 Virginia Payload Modules from fiscal years 2019 to 
2023 require adjustments to the fiscal year 2020 budget request 
for VCS.
    The Committee retains its strong support for VCS, long 
considered a successful shipbuilding program after overcoming 
earlier challenges. Further, the Committee is aware of the 
industrial base synergies between the VCS and Columbia Class 
Submarine [CLB] programs and is strongly concerned about any 
negative perturbations the VCS could have on the CLB program. 
Therefore, informed by discussions with the Navy and the 
shipbuilder, the Committee recommends several adjustments to 
the fiscal year 2020 budget request for VCS in support of a 10-
VCS multi-year procurement contract, as delineated in the table 
of Committee Recommended Adjustments accompanying this section. 
This includes a recommendation of $100,000,000 in Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy for design risk 
reduction of SSN-812; as well as an additional $200,000,000 in 
advance procurement for a 10th VCS with VPM, per the agreement 
between the Navy and the shipbuilder. The Assistant Secretary 
of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) is directed 
to provide to the congressional defense committees an updated 
acquisition strategy for VCS Block V and SSN-812 no less than 
30 days prior to the obligation and expenditure of those funds.
    LPD Flight II.--The fiscal year 2020 President's budget 
request includes $247,100,000 for advance procurement [AP] of 
LPD 31. The Committee notes that $350,000,000 was appropriated 
in AP for this ship in fiscal year 2019, but the Navy delayed 
the procurement of LPD 31 and has not obligated or expended 
these funds. Therefore, the Committee recommends adjusting 
previously appropriated AP in accordance with the Navy's 
requirements and recommends $747,100,000 for LPD 31 in fiscal 
year 2020.

                        Other Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $9,097,138,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   9,652,956,000
Committee recommendation................................  10,568,201,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$10,568,201,000. This is $915,245,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY
 
     SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 
     SHIP PROPULSION EQUIPMENT
   1 SURFACE POWER EQUIPMENT                            ..............          14,490  ..............          14,490  ..............  ..............
 
     GENERATORS
   2 SURFACE COMBATANT HM&E                             ..............          31,583  ..............          31,561  ..............             -22
 
     NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
   3 OTHER NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT                         ..............          77,404  ..............          77,404  ..............  ..............
 
     PERISCOPES
   4 SUB PERISCOPES AND IMAGING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT       ..............         160,803  ..............         160,803  ..............  ..............
      PROGRAM
 
     OTHER SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT
   5 DDG MOD                                            ..............         566,140  ..............         561,140  ..............          -5,000
   6 FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT                             ..............          18,223  ..............          18,223  ..............  ..............
   7 COMMAND AND CONTROL SWITCHBOARD                    ..............           2,086  ..............           2,086  ..............  ..............
   8 LHA/LHD MIDLIFE                                    ..............          95,651  ..............          95,651  ..............  ..............
   9 POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT                        ..............          23,910  ..............          23,910  ..............  ..............
  10 SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                        ..............          44,895  ..............          44,895  ..............  ..............
  11 VIRGINIA CLASS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                   ..............          28,465  ..............          28,465  ..............  ..............
  12 LCS CLASS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                        ..............          19,426  ..............          19,426  ..............  ..............
  13 SUBMARINE BATTERIES                                ..............          26,290  ..............          24,590  ..............          -1,700
  14 LPD CLASS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                        ..............          46,945  ..............          46,945  ..............  ..............
  15 DOG-1000 SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............           9,930  ..............           8,530  ..............          -1,400
  16 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP                   ..............          14,331  ..............          14,331  ..............  ..............
  17 DSSP EQUIPMENT                                     ..............           2,909  ..............           2,909  ..............  ..............
  18 CRUISER MODERNIZATION                              ..............         193,990  ..............         193,990  ..............  ..............
  19 LCAC                                               ..............           3,392  ..............           3,392  ..............  ..............
  20 UNDERWATER EOD PROGRAMS                            ..............          71,240  ..............          71,240  ..............  ..............
  21 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                         ..............         102,543  ..............         102,543  ..............  ..............
  22 CHEMICAL WARFARE DETECTORS                         ..............           2,961  ..............           2,961  ..............  ..............
  23 SUBMARINE LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM                      ..............           6,635  ..............           6,635  ..............  ..............
  23 X SHIP MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND MODERNIZATION       ..............  ..............  ..............       1,200,000  ..............      +1,200,000
 
     REACTOR PLANT EQUIPMENT
  24 REACTOR POWER UNITS                                ..............           5,340  ..............           5,340  ..............  ..............
  25 REACTOR COMPONENTS                                 ..............         465,726  ..............         462,749  ..............          -2,977
 
     OCEAN ENGINEERING
  26 DIVING AND SALVAGE EQUIPMENT                       ..............          11,854  ..............          11,854  ..............  ..............
 
     SMALL BOATS
  27 STANDARD BOATS                                     ..............          79,102  ..............          79,102  ..............  ..............
 
     PRODUCTION FACILITIES EQUIPMENT
  28 OPERATING FORCES IPE                               ..............         202,238  ..............         202,238  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SHIP SUPPORT
  29 LCS COMMON MISSION MODULES EQUIPMENT               ..............          51,553  ..............          51,553  ..............  ..............
  30 LCS MCM MISSION MODULES                            ..............         197,129  ..............         134,157  ..............         -62,972
  31 LCS ASW MISSION MODULES                            ..............          27,754  ..............          27,754  ..............  ..............
  32 LCS SUW MISSION MODULES                            ..............          26,566  ..............          26,566  ..............  ..............
  33 LCS IN-SERVICE MODERNIZATION                       ..............          84,972  ..............          82,000  ..............          -2,972
 
     LOGISTICS SUPPORT
  34 SMALL & MEDIUM UUV                                 ..............          40,547  ..............          39,047  ..............          -1,500
  35 LSD MIDLIFE AND MODERNIZATION                      ..............          40,269  ..............          40,269  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           SUBTOTAL                                     ..............          40,269  ..............          40,269  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT               ..............       2,797,292  ..............       3,918,749  ..............      +1,121,457
 
     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT
 
     SHIP SONARS
  36 SPQ-9B RADAR                                       ..............          26,195  ..............          26,195  ..............  ..............
  37 AN/SQQ-89 SURF ASW COMBAT SYSTEM                   ..............         125,237  ..............         125,237  ..............  ..............
  38 SSN ACOUSTICS EQUIPMENT                            ..............         366,968  ..............         378,968  ..............         +12,000
  39 UNDERSEA WARFARE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                 ..............           8,967  ..............           8,967  ..............  ..............
 
     ASW ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  40 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE SYSTEM                  ..............          23,545  ..............          23,545  ..............  ..............
  41 SSTD                                               ..............          12,439  ..............          12,439  ..............  ..............
  42 FIXED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                          ..............         128,441  ..............         128,441  ..............  ..............
  43 SURTASS                                            ..............          21,923  ..............          21,923  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECTRONIC WARFARE EQUIPMENT
  44 AN/SLQ-32                                          ..............         420,154  ..............         346,544  ..............         -73,610
 
     RECONNAISSANCE EQUIPMENT
  45 SHIPBOARD IW EXPLOIT                               ..............         194,758  ..............         188,486  ..............          -6,272
  46 AUTOMATED IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM [AIS]              ..............           5,368  ..............           5,368  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SHIP ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  47 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY                  ..............          35,128  ..............          35,128  ..............  ..............
  48 NAVAL TACTICAL COMMAND SUPPORT SYSTEM [NTCSS]      ..............          15,154  ..............          15,154  ..............  ..............
  49 ATDLS                                              ..............          52,753  ..............          52,753  ..............  ..............
  50 NAVY COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM [NCCS]             ..............           3,390  ..............           3,390  ..............  ..............
  51 MINESWEEPING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT                    ..............          19,448  ..............          19,448  ..............  ..............
  52 SHALLOW WATER MCM                                  ..............           8,730  ..............           8,730  ..............  ..............
  53 NAVSTAR GPS RECEIVERS (SPACE)                      ..............          32,674  ..............          23,294  ..............          -9,380
  54 ARMED FORCES RADIO AND TV                          ..............           2,617  ..............           2,617  ..............  ..............
  55 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP                   ..............           7,973  ..............           7,973  ..............  ..............
 
     AVIATION ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  56 ASHORE ATC EQUIPMENT                               ..............          72,406  ..............          72,406  ..............  ..............
  57 AFLOAT ATC EQUIPMENT                               ..............          67,410  ..............          64,910  ..............          -2,500
  58 ID SYSTEMS                                         ..............          26,059  ..............          26,059  ..............  ..............
  59 JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEM        ..............          92,695  ..............          78,195  ..............         -14,500
  60 NAVAL MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS                     ..............          15,296  ..............          15,296  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SHORE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
  61 TACTICAL/MOBILE C41 SYSTEMS                        ..............          36,226  ..............          36,226  ..............  ..............
  62 DCGS-N                                             ..............          21,788  ..............          19,038  ..............          -2,750
  63 CANES                                              ..............         426,654  ..............         395,154  ..............         -31,500
  64 RADIAC                                             ..............           6,450  ..............           6,450  ..............  ..............
  65 CANES-INTELL                                       ..............          52,713  ..............          52,713  ..............  ..............
  66 GPETE                                              ..............          13,028  ..............          13,028  ..............  ..............
  67 MASF                                               ..............           5,193  ..............           5,193  ..............  ..............
  68 INTEG COMBAT SYSTEM TEST FACILITY                  ..............           6,028  ..............           6,028  ..............  ..............
  69 EMI CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION                        ..............           4,209  ..............           4,209  ..............  ..............
  70 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                         ..............         168,436  ..............         139,436  ..............         -29,000
 
     SHIPBOARD COMMUNICATIONS
  71 SHIPBOARD TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS                  ..............          55,853  ..............          50,053  ..............          -5,800
  72 SHIP COMMUNICATIONS AUTOMATION                     ..............         137,861  ..............         131,461  ..............          -6,400
  73 COMMUNICATIONS ITEMS UNDER $5M                     ..............          35,093  ..............          31,493  ..............          -3,600
 
     SUBMARINE COMMUNICATIONS
  74 SUBMARINE BROADCAST SUPPORT                        ..............          50,833  ..............          50,833  ..............  ..............
  75 SUBMARINE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT                  ..............          69,643  ..............          69,643  ..............  ..............
 
     SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
  76 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                   ..............          45,841  ..............          45,841  ..............  ..............
  77 NAVY MULTIBAND TERMINAL [NMT]                      ..............          88,021  ..............          81,785  ..............          -6,236
 
     SHORE COMMUNICATIONS
  78 JCS COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT                       ..............           4,293  ..............           4,293  ..............  ..............
 
     CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT
  79 INFO SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM [ISSP]               ..............         166,540  ..............         166,540  ..............  ..............
  80 MIO INTEL EXPLOITATION TEAM                        ..............             968  ..............             968  ..............  ..............
 
     CRYPTOLOGIC EQUIPMENT
  81 CRYPTOLOGIC COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP                   ..............          13,090  ..............          13,090  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER ELECTRONIC SUPPORT
  83 COAST GUARD EQUIPMENT                              ..............          61,370  ..............          61,370  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS        ..............       3,255,859  ..............       3,076,311  ..............        -179,548
            EQUIPMENT
 
     AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 
     SONOBUOYS
  85 SONOBUOYS--ALL TYPES                               ..............         260,644  ..............         310,644  ..............         +50,000
 
     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  86 MINOTAUR                                           ..............           5,000  ..............           5,000  ..............  ..............
  87 WEAPONS RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                    ..............         101,843  ..............         101,843  ..............  ..............
  88 AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............         145,601  ..............         145,601  ..............  ..............
  89 ADVANCED ARRESTING GEAR (AAG)                      ..............           4,725  ..............           4,725  ..............  ..............
  90 METEOROLOGICAL EQUIPMENT                           ..............          14,687  ..............          12,407  ..............          -2,280
  92 AIRBORNE MINE COUNTERMEASURES                      ..............          19,250  ..............          18,918  ..............            -332
  93 LAMPS EQUIPMENT                                    ..............             792  ..............             792  ..............  ..............
  94 AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............          55,415  ..............          55,415  ..............  ..............
  95 UMCS-UNMAN CARRIER AVIATION (UCA) MISSION CONTROL  ..............          32,668  ..............           5,668  ..............         -27,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT            ..............         640,625  ..............         661,013  ..............         +20,388
 
     ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 
     SHIP GUN SYSTEM EQUIPMENT
  96 SHIP GUN SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT                         ..............           5,451  ..............           5,451  ..............  ..............
 
     SHIP MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT
  97 HARPOON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                          ..............           1,100  ..............           1,100  ..............  ..............
  98 SHIP MISSILE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                     ..............         228,104  ..............         293,104  ..............         +65,000
  99 TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............          78,593  ..............          57,593  ..............         -21,000
 
     FBM SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 100 STRATEGIC MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIP                    ..............         280,510  ..............         280,510  ..............  ..............
 
     ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 101 SSN COMBAT CONTROL SYSTEMS                         ..............         148,547  ..............         148,547  ..............  ..............
 102 ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                              ..............          21,130  ..............          21,130  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 103 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQUIP                  ..............          15,244  ..............          15,244  ..............  ..............
 104 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                         ..............           5,071  ..............           5,071  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER EXPENDABLE ORDNANCE
 105 ANTI-SHIP MISSILE DECOY SYSTEM                     ..............          41,962  ..............          37,318  ..............          -4,644
 106 SUBMARINE TRAINING DEVICE MODS                     ..............          75,057  ..............          75,057  ..............  ..............
 107 SURFACE TRAINING EQUIPMENT                         ..............         233,175  ..............         222,647  ..............         -10,528
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT            ..............       1,133,944  ..............       1,162,772  ..............         +28,828
 
     CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 108 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES                        ..............           4,562  ..............           4,562  ..............  ..............
 109 GENERAL PURPOSE TRUCKS                             ..............          10,974  ..............           9,474  ..............          -1,500
 110 CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE EQUIP                   ..............          43,191  ..............          43,191  ..............  ..............
 111 FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT                            ..............          21,142  ..............          21,142  ..............  ..............
 112 TACTICAL VEHICLES                                  ..............          33,432  ..............          33,432  ..............  ..............
 114 POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT                        ..............           2,633  ..............           2,633  ..............  ..............
 115 ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION                             ..............          53,467  ..............          53,467  ..............  ..............
 116 PHYSICAL SECURITY VEHICLES                         ..............           1,173  ..............           1,173  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT   ..............         170,574  ..............         169,074  ..............          -1,500
 
     SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 117 SUPPLY EQUIPMENT                                   ..............          16,730  ..............          16,730  ..............  ..............
 118 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION                   ..............           5,389  ..............           5,389  ..............  ..............
 119 SPECIAL PURPOSE SUPPLY SYSTEMS                     ..............         654,674  ..............         593,574  ..............         -61,100
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT              ..............         676,793  ..............         615,693  ..............         -61,100
 
     PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 
     TRAINING DEVICES
 120 TRAINING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                         ..............           3,633  ..............           3,633  ..............  ..............
 121 TRAINING AND EDUCATION EQUIPMENT                   ..............          97,636  ..............          94,356  ..............          -3,280
 
     COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 122 COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                          ..............          66,102  ..............          56,102  ..............         -10,000
 123 MEDICAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                          ..............           3,633  ..............           3,633  ..............  ..............
 125 NAVAL MIP SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                        ..............           6,097  ..............           6,097  ..............  ..............
 126 OPERATING FORCES SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                 ..............          16,905  ..............          16,905  ..............  ..............
 127 C4ISR EQUIPMENT                                    ..............          30,146  ..............          30,146  ..............  ..............
 128 ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                    ..............          21,986  ..............          21,986  ..............  ..............
 129 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                        ..............         160,046  ..............         160,046  ..............  ..............
 130 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                  ..............          56,899  ..............          56,899  ..............  ..............
 133 NEXT GENERATION ENTERPRISE SERVICE                 ..............         122,832  ..............         122,832  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT         ..............         585,915  ..............         572,635  ..............         -13,280
            EQUIPMENT
 
 134 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............         375,608  ..............         375,608  ..............  ..............
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                ..............          16,346  ..............          16,346  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY               ..............       9,652,956  ..............      10,568,201  ..............        +915,245
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2020 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line                           Item                               estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    2 Surface Combatant HM&E                                          31,583           31,561              -22
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Twisted      ...............  ...............              -22
           rudder installation ahead of need
    5 DDG Mod                                                        566,140          561,140           -5,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Aegis        ...............  ...............           -5,000
           modernization testing excess execution funds
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Combat       ...............  ...............           -9,000
           system ship qualification trials excess
           execution funds
          Program increase: Integrated training and          ...............  ...............           +9,000
           maintenance support system
   13 Submarine Batteries                                             26,290           24,590           -1,700
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unit cost    ...............  ...............           -1,700
           growth
   15 DDG 1000 Class Support Equipment                                 9,930            8,530           -1,400
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Maritime     ...............  ...............           -1,400
           strike tomahawk integration ahead of need
  23x Ship Maintenance, Repair and Modernization             ...............        1,200,000       +1,200,000
          Transfer: From Operation and Maintenance, Navy     ...............  ...............       +1,200,000
           line 1B4B for Pacific Fleet ship maintenance
           pilot program
   25 Reactor Components                                             465,726          462,749           -2,977
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unit cost    ...............  ...............           -2,977
           growth
   30 LCS MCM Mission Modules                                        197,129          134,157          -62,972
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unmanned     ...............  ...............          -35,196
           surface vehicles excess growth before test
           completion
          Restoring acquisition accountability:              ...............  ...............           -2,277
           Minesweeping payload delivery system excess
           growth before test completion
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Minehunting  ...............  ...............          -11,499
           payload delivery systems excess growth before
           test completion
          Improving funds management: Reduce one knifefish   ...............  ...............          -14,000
           system due to contract delay
   33 LCS In-Service Modernization                                    84,972           82,000           -2,972
          Restoring acquisition accountability:              ...............  ...............           -2,972
           Habitability modification cost growth
   34 Small & Medium UUV                                              40,547           39,047           -1,500
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Knifefish    ...............  ...............           -1,500
           unit cost growth
   38 SSN Acoustic Equipment                                         366,968          378,968          +12,000
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............          +12,000
   44 AN/SLQ-32                                                      420,154          346,544          -73,610
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Solid state  ...............  ...............           -1,778
           product support integrator funding ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Block 3      ...............  ...............           -1,410
           multipurpose reconfigurable training systems
           ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Block 1B3    ...............  ...............           -2,300
           installations previously funded
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Excess       ...............  ...............          -65,758
           Block 3 systems
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Block 3      ...............  ...............           -2,364
           installation funding ahead of need
   45 Shipboard IW Exploit                                           194,758          188,486           -6,272
          Restoring acquisition accountability: SSEE         ...............  ...............           -1,472
           modifications unit cost growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: SSEE         ...............  ...............           -4,800
           modifications installation previously funded
   53 Navstar GPS Receivers (SPACE)                                   32,674           23,294           -9,380
          Improving funds management: GPNTS excess growth    ...............  ...............           -9,380
   57 Afloat ATC Equipment                                            67,410           64,910           -2,500
          Restoring acquisition accountability: AN/SPN-      ...............  ...............           -2,500
           50(V)1 excess support costs
   59 Joint Precision Approach And Landing System                     92,695           78,195          -14,500
          Improving funds management: Excess growth          ...............  ...............          -14,500
   62 DCGS-N                                                          21,788           19,038           -2,750
          Restoring acquisition accountability:              ...............  ...............           -2,750
           Installation funding ahead of need
   63 CANES                                                          426,654          395,154          -31,500
          Restoring acquisition accountability:              ...............  ...............          -31,500
           Installations previously funded
   70 Items Less Than $5 Million                                     168,436          139,436          -29,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Next         ...............  ...............           -2,500
           generation surface search radar unit cost growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Next         ...............  ...............          -26,500
           generation surface ship radar installation early
           to need
   71 Shipboard Tactical Communications                               55,853           50,053           -5,800
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -5,800
   72 Ship Communications Automation                                 137,861          131,461           -6,400
          Restoring acquisition accountability: STACC unit   ...............  ...............           -6,400
           cost growth
   73 Communications Items Under 5M                                   35,093           31,493           -3,600
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -3,600
   77 Navy Multiband Terminal [NMT]                                   88,021           81,785           -6,236
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Afloat       ...............  ...............           -4,055
           prior year contract savings
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Ashore kit   ...............  ...............           -2,181
           previously funded
   85 Sonobuoys--All Types                                           260,644          310,644          +50,000
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............          +50,000
   90 Meteorological Equipment                                        14,687           12,407           -2,280
          Restoring acquisition accountability: ASOS         ...............  ...............           -2,280
           upgrades cost growth
   92 Legacy Airborne MCM                                             19,250           18,918             -332
          Improving funds management: Prior year contract    ...............  ...............             -332
           savings
   95 UMCS-Unman Carrier Aviation [UCA] Mission Cntrl                 32,668            5,668          -27,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Funding      ...............  ...............          -27,000
           ahead of need
   98 Ship Missile Support Equipment                                 228,104          293,104          +65,000
          Program increase: High energy laser and            ...............  ...............          +65,000
           integrated optical-dazzler with surveillance
           [HELIOS]
   99 Tomahawk Support Equipment                                      78,593           57,593          -21,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: TMPC 7.0     ...............  ...............          -21,000
           funding ahead of need
  105 Anti-Ship Missile Decoy System                                  41,962           37,318           -4,644
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Nulka decoy  ...............  ...............           -4,644
           unit cost growth
  107 Surface Training Equipment                                     233,175          222,647          -10,528
          Restoring acquisition accountability: LCS          ...............  ...............           -6,133
           Integrated Tactics Trainer modernization funding
           ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: BFFT ship    ...............  ...............           -1,515
           sets installation funding excess
          Restoring acquisition accountability: BFTT         ...............  ...............           -2,880
           upgrade kits installation funding ahead of need
  109 General Purpose Trucks                                          10,974            9,474           -1,500
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -1,500
  119 Special Purpose Supply Systems                                 654,674          593,574          -61,100
          Classified adjustment                              ...............  ...............          -61,100
  121 Training and Education Equipment                                97,636           94,356           -3,280
          Restoring acquisition accountability: A2AD         ...............  ...............             -180
           training equipment unit cost growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Fleet        ...............  ...............           -3,100
           training wholeness excess growth
  122 Command Support Equipment                                       66,102           56,102          -10,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Fleet        ...............  ...............          -10,000
           Forces Command equipment excess growth
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Bromine-Free Water Purification Systems.--The Committee has 
previously encouraged and provided funding for the Navy to 
explore and pilot bromine-free shipboard water disinfectant 
systems in destroyers, as it does with large deck ships. The 
Committee understands that technology improvements make 
bromine-free systems more practical for smaller ships and that 
the current variants of the Littoral Combat Ship [LCS] use 
bromine-based disinfectant methods under a waiver from the 
Navy's Bureau of Medicine and Surgery [BUMED]. The Committee 
encourages the Navy to accelerate the use of bromine-free water 
disinfectant systems in both destroyers and LCS in order to 
remove hazardous materials from ships and eliminate the need 
for continued BUMED waivers.
    Unmanned Underwater Vehicles.--The Committee is encouraged 
by the Navy's ongoing efforts to explore, demonstrate, and 
prove the utility of Unmanned Underwater Vehicles [UUVs] across 
multiple concepts of operation and further encourages the Navy 
to consider the use of ship-launched UUVs for the anti-
submarine warfare mission set.

                       Procurement, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $2,719,870,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   3,090,449,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,045,749,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,045,749,000. This is $44,700,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS
 
     WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES
 
     TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES
   1 AAV7A1 PIP                                         ..............          39,495  ..............          39,495  ..............  ..............
   2 AMPHIBIOUS COMBAT VEHICLE 1.1                                  56         317,935              56         300,935  ..............         -17,000
   3 LAV PIP                                            ..............          60,734  ..............          60,734  ..............  ..............
 
     ARTILLERY AND OTHER WEAPONS
   4 155MM LIGHTWEIGHT TOWED HOWITZER                   ..............          25,065  ..............          25,065  ..............  ..............
   5 ARTILLERY WEAPONS SYSTEM                           ..............         100,002  ..............         100,002  ..............  ..............
   6 WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES UNDER $5 MILLION       ..............          31,945  ..............          31,945  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SUPPORT
   7 MODIFICATION KITS                                  ..............          22,760  ..............          22,760  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES           ..............         597,936  ..............         580,936  ..............         -17,000
 
     GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT
 
     GUIDED MISSILES
   8 GROUND BASED AIR DEFENSE                           ..............         175,998  ..............         175,998  ..............  ..............
   9 JAVELIN                                                        97          20,207              97          20,207  ..............  ..............
  10 FOLLOW ON TO SMAW/FOAAWS                           ..............          21,913  ..............          21,913  ..............  ..............
  11 ANTI-ARMOR WEAPONS SYSTEM-HEAVY (AAWS-H)/TOW       ..............          60,501  ..............          60,501  ..............  ..............
  12 GUIDED MLRS ROCKET [GMLRS]                                    210          29,062             210          29,062  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT         ..............         307,681  ..............         307,681  ..............  ..............
 
     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT
 
     COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
  13 COMMON AVIATION COMMAND AND CONTROL SYS            ..............          37,203  ..............          37,203  ..............  ..............
 
     REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT
  14 REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT                          ..............          55,156  ..............          55,156  ..............  ..............
  15 MODIFICATION KITS                                  ..............           4,945  ..............           4,945  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SUPPORT (TEL)
 
     COMMAND AND CONTROL
  16 ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION (COMM & ELEC)               ..............         112,124  ..............          82,424  ..............         -29,700
  17 AIR OPERATIONS C2 SYSTEMS                          ..............          17,408  ..............          17,408  ..............  ..............
 
     RADAR + EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL)
  18 RADAR SYSTEMS                                      ..............             329  ..............             329  ..............  ..............
  19 GROUND/AIR TASK ORIENTED RADAR                                  8         273,022               8         273,022  ..............  ..............
 
     INTELL/COMM EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL)
  21 GCSS-MC                                            ..............           4,484  ..............           4,484  ..............  ..............
  22 FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                ..............          35,488  ..............          35,488  ..............  ..............
  23 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                     ..............          56,896  ..............          56,896  ..............  ..............
  25 UNMANNED AIR SYSTEMS (INTEL)                       ..............          34,711  ..............          34,711  ..............  ..............
  26 DCGS-MC                                            ..............          32,562  ..............          32,562  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SUPPORT (NON-TEL)
  30 NEXT GENERATION ENTERPRISE NETWORK (NGEN)          ..............         114,901  ..............         114,901  ..............  ..............
  31 COMMON COMPUTER RESOURCES                          ..............          51,094  ..............          51,094  ..............  ..............
  32 COMMAND POST SYSTEMS                               ..............         108,897  ..............         108,897  ..............  ..............
  33 RADIO SYSTEMS                                      ..............         227,320  ..............         229,320  ..............          +2,000
  34 COMM SWITCHING & CONTROL SYSTEMS                   ..............          31,685  ..............          31,685  ..............  ..............
  35 COMM & ELEC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT                 ..............          21,140  ..............          21,140  ..............  ..............
  36 CYBERSPACE ACTIVITIES                              ..............          27,632  ..............          27,632  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS        ..............       1,246,997  ..............       1,219,297  ..............         -27,700
            EQUIPMENT
 
     SUPPORT VEHICLES
 
     ADMINISTRATIVE VEHICLES
  37 COMMERCIAL CARGO VEHICLES                          ..............          28,913  ..............          28,913  ..............  ..............
 
     TACTICAL VEHICLES
  38 MOTOR TRANSPORT MODIFICATIONS                      ..............          19,234  ..............          19,234  ..............  ..............
  39 JOINT LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE                                1,398         558,107           1,398         558,107  ..............  ..............
  40 FAMILY OF TACTICAL TRAILERS                        ..............           2,693  ..............           2,693  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SUPPORT VEHICLES                      ..............         608,947  ..............         608,947  ..............  ..............
 
     ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT
 
     ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT
  41 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL EQUIP ASSORT                 ..............             495  ..............             495  ..............  ..............
  42 TACTICAL FUEL SYSTEMS                              ..............              52  ..............              52  ..............  ..............
  43 POWER EQUIPMENT ASSORTED                           ..............          22,441  ..............          22,441  ..............  ..............
  44 AMPHIBIOUS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                       ..............           7,101  ..............           7,101  ..............  ..............
  45 EOD SYSTEMS                                        ..............          44,700  ..............          44,700  ..............  ..............
 
     MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT
  46 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                        ..............          15,404  ..............          15,404  ..............  ..............
 
     GENERAL PROPERTY
  47 FIELD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT                            ..............           2,898  ..............           2,898  ..............  ..............
  48 TRAINING DEVICES                                   ..............         149,567  ..............         149,567  ..............  ..............
  49 FAMILY OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT                   ..............          35,622  ..............          35,622  ..............  ..............
  50 FAMILY OF INTERNALLY TRANSPORTABLE VEHICLE (ITV)   ..............             647  ..............             647  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER SUPPORT
  51 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION                         ..............          10,956  ..............          10,956  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT          ..............         289,883  ..............         289,883  ..............  ..............
  52 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............          33,470  ..............          33,470  ..............  ..............
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                ..............           5,535  ..............           5,535  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS             ..............       3,090,449  ..............       3,045,749  ..............         -44,700
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
     2 Amphibious              317,935         300,935         -17,000
        Combat Vehicle
        1.1
           Improving    ..............  ..............         -15,000
            funds
            management
            : Forward
            financing
           Restoring    ..............  ..............          -2,000
            acquisitio
            n
            accountabi
            lity: Unit
            cost
            growth
    16 Items Under $5          112,124          82,424         -29,700
        Million (Comm
        & Elec)
           Maintain     ..............  ..............         -29,700
            program
            affordabil
            ity:
            Maintain
            level of
            effort
    33 Radio Systems           227,320         229,320          +2,000
           Program      ..............  ..............          +2,000
            increase:
            GBS
            receive
            suite
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $17,112,337,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  16,784,279,000
Committee recommendation................................  17,308,918,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$17,308,918,000. This is $524,639,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE
 
     COMBAT AIRCRAFT
 
     TACTICAL FORCES
   1 F-35                                                           48       4,274,359              60       5,286,259             +12      +1,011,900
   2 F-35 [AP-CY]                                       ..............         655,500  ..............         811,500  ..............        +156,000
   3 F-15E                                                           8       1,050,000               6         628,000              -2        -422,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT                       ..............       5,979,859  ..............       6,725,759  ..............        +745,900
 
     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT/TACTICAL AIRLIFT
   5 KC-46A TANKER                                                  12       2,234,529              12       2,127,755  ..............        -106,774
 
     OTHER AIRLIFT
   6 C-130J                                             ..............          12,156  ..............          12,156  ..............  ..............
   8 MC-130J                                                         8         871,207               9         857,607              +1         -13,600
   9 MC-130J (AP)                                       ..............          40,000  ..............          40,000  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT                      ..............       3,157,892  ..............       3,037,518  ..............        -120,374
 
     OTHER AIRCRAFT
 
     HELICOPTERS
  10 COMBAT RESCUE HELICOPTER                                       12         884,235  ..............         856,735             -12         -27,500
 
     MISSION SUPPORT AIRCRAFT
  11 C-37A                                                           2         161,000               2         147,500  ..............         -13,500
  12 CIVIL AIR PATROL A/C                                            4           2,767               4          11,000  ..............          +8,233
 
     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  14 TARGET DRONES                                                  37         130,837              37         130,837  ..............  ..............
  15 COMPASS CALL                                                    1         114,095               2         254,895              +1        +140,800
  16 OBSERVATION ATTACK REPLACEMENT (OA-X) LIGHT        ..............  ..............               6         210,000              +6        +210,000
      ATTACK'
  17 MQ-9                                                            3         189,205               3         106,560  ..............         -82,645
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT                        ..............       1,482,139  ..............       1,717,527  ..............        +235,388
 
     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT
 
     STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT
  19 B-2A                                               ..............           9,582  ..............           9,582  ..............  ..............
  20 B-1B                                               ..............          22,111  ..............          12,958  ..............          -9,153
  21 B-52                                               ..............          69,648  ..............          36,001  ..............         -33,647
  22 LARGE AIRCRAFT INFRARED COUNTERMEASURES            ..............          43,758  ..............          43,758  ..............  ..............
 
     TACTICAL AIRCRAFT
  23 A-10                                               ..............         132,069  ..............         125,825  ..............          -6,244
  24 E-11 BACN/HAG                                      ..............          70,027  ..............          70,027  ..............  ..............
  25 F-15                                               ..............         481,073  ..............         474,767  ..............          -6,306
  26 F-16                                               ..............         234,782  ..............         283,000  ..............         +48,218
  28 F-22A                                              ..............         323,597  ..............         157,597  ..............        -166,000
  30 F-35 MODIFICATIONS                                 ..............         343,590  ..............         299,590  ..............         -44,000
  31 F-15 EPAW                                          ..............         149,047  ..............         125,417  ..............         -23,630
  32 INCREMENT 3.2b                                     ..............          20,213  ..............          14,913  ..............          -5,300
  33 KC-46A MODS                                        ..............          10,213  ..............          10,213  ..............  ..............
 
     AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT
  34 C-5                                                ..............          73,550  ..............          57,937  ..............         -15,613
  36 C-17A                                              ..............          60,244  ..............          60,244  ..............  ..............
  37 C-21                                               ..............             216  ..............             216  ..............  ..............
  38 C-32A                                              ..............          11,511  ..............          11,511  ..............  ..............
  39 C-37A                                              ..............             435  ..............             435  ..............  ..............
 
     TRAINER AIRCRAFT
  40 GLIDER MODS                                        ..............             138  ..............             138  ..............  ..............
  41 T6                                                 ..............          11,826  ..............          11,826  ..............  ..............
  42 T-1                                                ..............          26,787  ..............          26,787  ..............  ..............
  43 T-38                                               ..............          37,341  ..............          37,341  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER AIRCRAFT
  44 U-2 MODS                                           ..............          86,896  ..............          31,563  ..............         -55,333
  45 KC-10A [ATCA]                                      ..............           2,108  ..............           2,108  ..............  ..............
  46 C-12                                               ..............           3,021  ..............           3,021  ..............  ..............
  47 VC-25A MOD                                         ..............          48,624  ..............          37,724  ..............         -10,900
  48 C-40                                               ..............             256  ..............             256  ..............  ..............
  49 C-130                                              ..............          52,066  ..............         181,066  ..............        +129,000
  50 C130J MODS                                         ..............         141,686  ..............         128,399  ..............         -13,287
  51 C-135                                              ..............         124,491  ..............         115,226  ..............          -9,265
  53 COMPASS CALL MODS                                  ..............         110,754  ..............         282,247  ..............        +171,493
  54 COMBAT FLIGHT INSPECTION (CFIN)                    ..............             508  ..............             508  ..............  ..............
  55 RC-135                                             ..............         227,673  ..............         224,310  ..............          -3,363
  56 E-3                                                ..............         216,299  ..............         105,326  ..............        -110,973
  57 E-4                                                ..............          58,477  ..............          58,477  ..............  ..............
  58 E-8                                                ..............          28,778  ..............          48,778  ..............         +20,000
  59 AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM                ..............          36,000  ..............          32,821  ..............          -3,179
  60 FAMILY OF BEYOND LINE-OF-SIGHT TERMINALS           ..............           7,910  ..............           2,367  ..............          -5,543
  61 H-1                                                ..............           3,817  ..............           3,817  ..............  ..............
  62 H-60                                               ..............          20,879  ..............          32,879  ..............         +12,000
  63 RQ-4 UAV MODS                                      ..............           1,704  ..............           1,704  ..............  ..............
  64 HC/MC-130 MODIFICATIONS                            ..............          51,482  ..............          34,850  ..............         -16,632
  65 OTHER AIRCRAFT                                     ..............          50,098  ..............          50,098  ..............  ..............
  66 MQ-9 MODS                                          ..............         383,594  ..............         197,915  ..............        -185,679
  68 CV-22 MODS                                         ..............          65,348  ..............          65,348  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT    ..............       3,854,227  ..............       3,510,891  ..............        -343,336
 
     AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  69 INITIAL SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                        ..............         708,230  ..............         711,430  ..............          +3,200
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS      ..............         708,230  ..............         711,430  ..............          +3,200
 
     AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
 
     COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  72 AIRCRAFT REPLACEMENT SUPPORT EQUIP                 ..............          84,938  ..............          84,938  ..............  ..............
 
     POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT
  73 B-2A                                               ..............           1,403  ..............           1,403  ..............  ..............
  74 B-2B                                               ..............          42,234  ..............          42,234  ..............  ..............
  75 B-52                                               ..............           4,641  ..............           2,341  ..............          -2,300
  76 C-17A                                              ..............         124,805  ..............         124,805  ..............  ..............
  79 F-15                                               ..............           2,589  ..............           2,589  ..............  ..............
  81 F-16 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT                       ..............          15,348  ..............          11,402  ..............          -3,946
  84 RQ-4 POST PRODUCTION CHARGES                       ..............          47,246  ..............          47,246  ..............  ..............
 
     INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS
  86 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS                            ..............          17,705  ..............          17,705  ..............  ..............
 
     WAR CONSUMABLES
  87 WAR CONSUMABLES                                    ..............          32,102  ..............          32,102  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES
  88 OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES                           ..............       1,194,728  ..............       1,204,835  ..............         +10,107
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND        ..............       1,567,739  ..............       1,571,600  ..............          +3,861
            FACILITIES
 
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                ..............          34,193  ..............          34,193  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE       ..............      16,784,279  ..............      17,308,918  ..............        +524,639
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 F-35                                                           4,274,359       5,286,259      +1,011,900
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unit cost       ..............  ..............        -146,400
           savings
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Other           ..............  ..............         -10,000
           corporate ops carryover
          Program increase: Twelve aircraft                     ..............  ..............        +960,000
          Program increase: Alternate sourcing requirements     ..............  ..............        +208,300
    2 F-35 (AP-CY)                                                     655,500         811,500        +156,000
          Program increase                                      ..............  ..............        +156,000
    3 F-15E                                                          1,050,000         628,000        -422,000
          Transfer two test aircraft and NRE funds to RDAF      ..............  ..............        -364,400
           line 180
          Restoring acquisition accountability: NRE funding     ..............  ..............         -57,600
           excess to need
    5 KC-46A Tanker                                                  2,234,529       2,127,755        -106,774
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unit cost       ..............  ..............         -47,950
           growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: WARP kits cost  ..............  ..............         -10,280
           growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Excess depot    ..............  ..............         -48,544
           standup funding due to delivery delays
    8 MC-130J                                                          871,207         857,607         -13,600
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Excess unit     ..............  ..............         -13,600
           cost growth
   10 Combat Rescue Helicopter                                         884,235         856,735         -27,500
          Improving funds management: Engineering change        ..............  ..............         -17,500
           orders excess
          Improving funds management: Program management        ..............  ..............         -10,000
           excess growth
   11 C-37A                                                            161,000         147,500         -13,500
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unit cost       ..............  ..............         -13,500
           growth
   12 Civil Air Patrol A/C                                               2,767          11,000          +8,233
          Program increase                                      ..............  ..............          +8,233
   15 Compass Call                                                     114,095         254,895        +140,800
          Program increase: Accelerate EC-37B baseline 4        ..............  ..............        +140,800
           aircraft
   16 Observation Attack Replacement (OA-X) Light Attack        ..............         210,000        +210,000
       Aircraft
          Program increase: Six aircraft                        ..............  ..............        +210,000
   17 MQ-9                                                             189,205         106,560         -82,645
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Block 50        ..............  ..............         -46,845
           ground control stations ahead of testing
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Block 50        ..............  ..............         -35,800
           ground control station simulator ahead of need
   20 B-1B                                                              22,111          12,958          -9,153
          Restoring acquisition accountability: ADS-B out       ..............  ..............          -9,153
           ahead of need
   21 B-52                                                              69,648          36,001         -33,647
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Bomber          ..............  ..............         -15,925
           tactical data link ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Crypto          ..............  ..............         -17,722
           modernization funding ahead of need
   23 A-10                                                             132,069         125,825          -6,244
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Prior year      ..............  ..............          -6,244
           carryover
   25 F-15                                                             481,073         474,767          -6,306
          Restoring acquisition accountability: APG-82          ..............  ..............         -10,300
           installation cost growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: ADCP II-C       ..............  ..............          -3,006
           installation funding ahead of need
          Program increase: Anti-jam capability                 ..............  ..............          +7,000
   26 F-16                                                             234,782         283,000         +48,218
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Modular         ..............  ..............         -14,530
           mission computer funding ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Digital radar   ..............  ..............          -4,315
           warning receiver funding ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: AIFF mode 5     ..............  ..............          -7,937
           funding excess to requirement
          Program increase: AESA radar upgrades for the Air     ..............  ..............         +75,000
           National Guard
   28 F-22A                                                            323,597         157,597        -166,000
          Improving funds management: Link 16 delays            ..............  ..............         -14,300
          Transfer F-22A modernization: Air Force requested to  ..............  ..............         -50,000
           RDAF line 182
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Sensor          ..............  ..............        -101,700
           enhancement funding ahead of need
   30 F-35 Modifications                                               343,590         299,590         -44,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Concurrency     ..............  ..............         -14,000
           ICS excess growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Correction of   ..............  ..............         -16,000
           deficiencies excess support costs
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Block 4         ..............  ..............         -14,000
           modification funding ahead of need
   31 F-15 EPAW                                                        149,047         125,417         -23,630
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unit cost       ..............  ..............         -17,400
           growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Installation    ..............  ..............          -6,230
           funding ahead of need
   32 Increment 3.2b                                                    20,213          14,913          -5,300
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Installation    ..............  ..............          -5,300
           cost growth
   34 C-5                                                               73,550          57,937         -15,613
          Restoring acquisition accountability: CMC weather     ..............  ..............         -15,613
           radar contract delays
   44 U-2 Mods                                                          86,896          31,563         -55,333
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Electronic      ..............  ..............          -7,000
           warfare systems delay
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Egress funding  ..............  ..............          -3,000
           ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Airframe        ..............  ..............         -11,900
           sensors and data recorder delays
          Restoring acquisition accountability: ASARS-2B        ..............  ..............         -33,433
           funding ahead of need
   47 VC-25A Mod                                                        48,624          37,724         -10,900
          Improving funds management: Excess funds due to       ..............  ..............         -10,900
           limited aircraft availability
   49 C-130                                                             52,066         181,066        +129,000
          Program increase: Engine enhancement program          ..............  ..............         +74,000
          Program increase: Eight-blade propeller upgrade       ..............  ..............         +55,000
   50 C-130J Mods                                                      141,686         128,399         -13,287
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Block 8.1 cost  ..............  ..............          -2,990
           growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Block 8.1       ..............  ..............          -6,500
           excess support costs
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Center wing     ..............  ..............          -3,797
           replacement installation cost growth
   51 C-135                                                            124,491         115,226          -9,265
          Improving funds management: Block 45 installation     ..............  ..............          -4,465
           funding ahead of need
          Improving funds management: RTIC installation         ..............  ..............          -4,800
           funding carryover
   53 Compass Call Mods                                                110,754         282,247        +171,493
          Restoring acquisition accountability: B kit cost      ..............  ..............          -4,207
           growth
          Program increase: Accelerate EC-37B baseline 4        ..............  ..............        +175,700
           aircraft
   55 RC-135                                                           227,673         224,310          -3,363
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Cobra Ball B    ..............  ..............          -3,363
           kit unit cost growth
   56 E-3                                                              216,299         105,326        -110,973
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Mode 5          ..............  ..............          -2,343
           acceleration funding ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Communications  ..............  ..............         -10,423
           network upgrade funding ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Dragon          ..............  ..............         -10,900
           installation funding ahead of need
          Transfer AWACS modernization projects: Air Force      ..............  ..............         -87,307
           requested to line 88
   58 E-8                                                               28,778          48,778         +20,000
          Program increase                                      ..............  ..............         +20,000
   59 Airborne Warning and Control System                               36,000          32,821          -3,179
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Block 40/45     ..............  ..............          -3,179
           installation cost growth
   60 Family of Beyond Line-of-Sight Terminals                           7,910           2,367          -5,543
          Improving funds management: Support cost carryover    ..............  ..............          -5,543
   62 H-60                                                              20,879          32,879         +12,000
          Program increase: Operational loss replacement kits   ..............  ..............         +12,000
   64 HC/MC-130 Modifications                                           51,482          34,850         -16,632
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Block 8.1       ..............  ..............         -16,632
           funds ahead of need
   66 MQ-9 Mods                                                        383,594         197,915        -185,679
          Restoring acquisition accountability: MQ-9 field      ..............  ..............         -20,000
           retrofit delays
          Restoring acquisition accountability: GCS block 30    ..............  ..............          -7,579
           modernization cost growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: DAS-4 contract  ..............  ..............        -158,000
           delays and excess growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: SLAM funding    ..............  ..............            -100
           ahead of need
   69 Initial Spares/Repair Parts                                      708,230         711,430          +3,200
          Improving funds management: F-15 spares excess to     ..............  ..............         -30,000
           requirement
          Improving funds management: E-3 spares excess to      ..............  ..............         -24,200
           requirement
          Improving funds management: MQ-9 spares excess to     ..............  ..............         -63,600
           requirement
          Program increase: F-35 spares                         ..............  ..............         +96,000
          Program increase: RQ-4 spares                         ..............  ..............         +25,000
   75 B-52                                                               4,641           2,341          -2,300
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover      ..............  ..............          -2,300
   81 F-16                                                              15,348          11,402          -3,946
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Digital radar   ..............  ..............          -3,946
           warning receiver funding ahead of need
   88 Other Production Charges                                       1,194,728       1,204,835         +10,107
          Restoring acquisition accountability: F-22A           ..............  ..............         -60,000
           squadrons excess to need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: MQ-9 prior      ..............  ..............          -4,500
           year carryover
          Classified adjustment                                 ..............  ..............         -12,700
          Transfer AWACS modernization projects: Air Force      ..............  ..............         +87,307
           requested from line 56
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    MC-130J Procurement Quantities.--The Committee understands 
that the Air Force is negotiating a third multi-year 
procurement contract for C-130J aircraft that will utilize 
fiscal year 2019 through 2023 funding. Currently, negotiations 
have resulted in significant anticipated unit cost savings for 
the fiscal year 2019 and fiscal year 2020 aircraft purchases, 
and the Air Force has briefed the Committee on a plan to apply 
these savings to accelerate acquisition of one trainer in 
fiscal year 2019 and one additional MC-130J aircraft in fiscal 
year 2020. The Committee is supportive of this approach and 
directs the Secretary of the Air Force to follow through with 
the planned procurement of a ninth MC-130J aircraft with fiscal 
year 2020 funding.
    MQ-9 Procurement Profile.--The Committee is concerned with 
the procurement profile for MQ-9 Reapers through the future 
years defense program as well as the quantity requested in the 
fiscal year 2020 President's budget request. With the 
additional aircraft added by Congress in fiscal year 2019, the 
Air Force estimates a unit cost of $15,900,000 for 24 aircraft. 
The Committee was dismayed to receive a fiscal year 2020 
request for 12 aircraft at a unit cost of approximately 
$20,000,000, which includes a 20 percent economic order 
quantity penalty for a quantity buy below the optimized rate of 
16 aircraft per year. The Committee also understands that the 
Air Force is not appropriately budgeting for attrition reserve 
requirements and recommends an additional $26,700,000 for MQ-9 
Reapers. The Committee expects the Air Force to utilize this 
additional funding along with the savings realized on the 12 
budgeted aircraft to procure an additional four aircraft in 
order to reach the optimized production rate of 16 aircraft.
    Battlefield Airborne Communications Node.--The Committee 
notes that the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node [BACN] 
provides critical battlespace awareness as well as data 
transfer, resilient communication sharing, and bridging across 
disparate networks and platforms, including with partner 
nations. The Committee commends the Secretary of the Air Force 
for continuing to transition the BACN program to a program of 
record and integrating sustainment, modernization, and future 
year budget planning in the fiscal year 2020 President's budget 
request. The Committee encourages the Secretary of the Air 
Force to continue development of a modernization plan for the 
BACN system that addresses anticipated future requirements as 
well as near, mid-term, and future threats across the full 
spectrum of joint operational communications. The plan should 
support multi-domain and multi-level security command and 
control architectures, high capacity backbone, combat cloud, 
and data networking requirements in order to support 
operational requirements across multiple theaters and combatant 
commands supporting the joint force.
    C-130J Aircraft for the Air National Guard.--The Committee 
directs the Secretary of the Air Force to provide a report to 
the congressional defense committees not later than 180 days 
after the enactment of this act with an updated beddown plan 
that transitions Air National Guard C-130H aircraft to C-130J 
aircraft by fiscal year and location. The plan shall include 
efforts to preserve Air National Guard missions during the 
transition period between aircraft and includes data on impacts 
on workforce and manufacturing capacity of the existing 
industrial base supporting the C-130 program.

                     Missile Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $2,585,004,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   2,889,187,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,589,166,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,589,166,000. This is $300,021,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
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               MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE
 
     BALLISTIC MISSILES
 
     MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT--BALLISTIC
   1 MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQ-BALLISTIC                   ..............          55,888  ..............          55,888  ..............  ..............
 
     OTHER MISSILES
 
     TACTICAL
   2 REPLAC EQUIP & WAR CONSUMABLES                     ..............           9,100  ..............           4,500  ..............          -4,600
   3 JOINT AIR-TO-GROUND MUNITION                                   60          15,000              60          15,000  ..............  ..............
   4 JOINT AIR-SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE [JASSM]                    411         482,525             411         482,525  ..............  ..............
   6 SIDEWINDER (AIM-9X)                                           355         160,408             355         155,289  ..............          -5,119
   7 AMRAAM                                                        220         332,250             220         311,730  ..............         -20,520
   8 PREDATOR HELLFIRE MISSILE                                   1,531         118,860           1,531         118,860  ..............  ..............
   9 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB                                         7,078         275,438           7,078         275,438  ..............  ..............
  10 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB II                                      1,175         212,434           1,175         183,279  ..............         -29,155
 
     INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES
  11 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS/POLLUTION PREVENTION       ..............             801  ..............             801  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES                        ..............       1,606,816  ..............       1,547,422  ..............         -59,394
 
     MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES
 
     CLASS IV
  12 ICBM FUZE MOD                                                   6           5,000  ..............  ..............              -6          -5,000
  13 ICBM FUZE MOD                                      ..............          14,497  ..............          14,497  ..............  ..............
  14 MM III MODIFICATIONS                               ..............          50,831  ..............          50,831  ..............  ..............
  15 AGM-65D MAVERICK                                   ..............             294  ..............             294  ..............  ..............
  16 AIR LAUNCH CRUISE MISSILE                          ..............          77,387  ..............          68,513  ..............          -8,874
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES    ..............         148,009  ..............         134,135  ..............         -13,874
 
     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  18 INITIAL SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                        ..............           1,910  ..............           1,910  ..............  ..............
  19 REPLEN SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                         ..............          82,490  ..............          72,490  ..............         -10,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS               ..............          84,400  ..............          74,400  ..............         -10,000
 
     SPECIAL PROGRAMS
  23 SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAMS                            ..............         144,553  ..............         134,553  ..............         -10,000
 
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                ..............         849,521  ..............         642,768  ..............        -206,753
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SPECIAL PROGRAMS                      ..............         994,074  ..............         777,321  ..............        -216,753
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE        ..............       2,889,187  ..............       2,589,166  ..............        -300,021
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
 Line                             Item                              2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    2 Replac Equip & War Consumables                                     9,100           4,500          -4,600
          Insufficient budget justification: Lack of            ..............  ..............          -4,600
           justification
    6 Sidewinder (AIM-9X)                                              160,408         155,289          -5,119
          Restoring acquisition accountability: AUR unit cost   ..............  ..............          -5,119
           growth
    7 AMRAAM                                                           332,250         311,730         -20,520
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified           ..............  ..............          -4,020
           production test support
          Restoring acquisition accountability: AUR unit cost   ..............  ..............         -16,500
           growth
   10 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB II                                           212,434         183,279         -29,155
          Restoring acquisition accountability: AUR unit cost   ..............  ..............         -29,155
           adjustment
   12 ICBM FUZE MOD                                                      5,000  ..............          -5,000
          Improving funds management: Request early to need     ..............  ..............          -5,000
   16 Air Launch Cruise Missile [ALCM]                                  77,387          68,513          -8,874
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Excess to       ..............  ..............          -8,874
           requirement
   19 Replen Spares/Repair Parts                                        82,490          72,490         -10,000
          Improving funds management: Historical                ..............  ..............         -10,000
           underexecution
   23 Special Update Programs                                          144,553         134,553         -10,000
          Classified adjustment                                 ..............  ..............         -10,000
  999 Classified Programs                                              849,521         642,768        -206,753
          Classified adjustment                                 ..............  ..............        -206,753
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                      Space Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $2,343,642,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   2,414,383,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,460,605,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,460,605,000. This is $46,222,000 above the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                SPACE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE
 
     SPACE PROGRAMS
   1 ADVANCED EHF                                       ..............          31,894  ..............          21,894  ..............         -10,000
   2 AF SATELLITE COMM SYSTEM                           ..............          56,298  ..............          56,298  ..............  ..............
   4 COUNTERSPACE SYSTEMS                               ..............           5,700  ..............           5,700  ..............  ..............
   5 FAMILY OF BEYOND LINE-OF-SIGHT TERMINALS           ..............          34,020  ..............          29,020  ..............          -5,000
   7 GENERAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY--SPACE              ..............           3,244  ..............           3,244  ..............  ..............
   8 GPS III FOLLOW ON                                               1         414,625               1         394,625  ..............         -20,000
   9 GPS III SPACE SEGMENT                              ..............          31,466  ..............          31,466  ..............  ..............
  12 SPACE COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY                      ..............          32,031  ..............          32,031  ..............  ..............
  13 MILSATCOM TERMINALS                                ..............          11,096  ..............          11,096  ..............  ..............
  15 EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE                               4       1,237,635               4       1,237,635  ..............  ..............
  16 SBIR HIGH (SPACE)                                  ..............         233,952  ..............         233,952  ..............  ..............
  17 NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM SPACE                       ..............           7,432  ..............           7,432  ..............  ..............
  18 ROCKET SYSTEM LAUNCH PROGRAM                       ..............          11,473  ..............          11,473  ..............  ..............
  19 SPACE FENCE                                        ..............          71,784  ..............          51,784  ..............         -20,000
  20 SPACE MODS SPACE                                   ..............         106,330  ..............         106,330  ..............  ..............
  21 SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM SPACE                       ..............         118,140  ..............         118,140  ..............  ..............
  XX EO/IR WEATHER                                      ..............  ..............  ..............         101,222  ..............        +101,222
 
     SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS
  22 INITIAL SPARES/REPAIR PARTS                        ..............           7,263  ..............           7,263  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SPACE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE          ..............       2,414,383  ..............       2,460,605  ..............         +46,222
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 Advanced EHF              31,894          21,894         -10,000
          Improving     ..............  ..............         -10,000
           funds
           management:
           Anticipated
           cost
           savings
    5 Family of Beyond          34,020          29,020          -5,000
       Line-of-Sight
       Terminals
          Improving     ..............  ..............          -5,000
           funds
           management:
           Installatio
           n and depot
           activation
           delays
    8 GPSIII Follow On         414,625         394,625         -20,000
          Maintain      ..............  ..............         -20,000
           program
           affordabili
           ty: Excess
           to need
   19 Space Fence               71,784          51,784         -20,000
          Maintain      ..............  ..............         -20,000
           program
           affordabili
           ty: Excess
           to need
   23 EO/IR Weather     ..............         101,222        +101,222
          Transfer      ..............  ..............        +101,222
           from RDTE
           AF Space,
           EO/IR
           Weather
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $1,485,856,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................................
Committee recommendation................................   1,625,661,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,625,661,000. This is $1,625,661,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
            PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE
 
     PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE
   1 ROCKETS                                            ..............  ..............  ..............         132,968  ..............        +132,968
   2 CARTRIDGES                                         ..............  ..............  ..............         140,449  ..............        +140,449
 
     BOMBS
   3 PRACTICE BOMBS                                     ..............  ..............  ..............          29,313  ..............         +29,313
   4 GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS                              ..............  ..............  ..............          85,885  ..............         +85,885
   6 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION                       ..............  ..............          37,000       1,034,224         +37,000      +1,034,224
   7 B61                                                ..............  ..............             533          70,773            +533         +70,773
 
     FLARE, IR MJU-7B
   9 CAD/PAD                                            ..............  ..............  ..............          47,069  ..............         +47,069
  10 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL [EOD]                  ..............  ..............  ..............           6,133  ..............          +6,133
  11 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............  ..............  ..............             533  ..............            +533
  12 MODIFICATIONS                                      ..............  ..............  ..............           1,291  ..............          +1,291
  13 ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000                         ..............  ..............  ..............           1,677  ..............          +1,677
 
     FLARES/FUZES
  15 FLARES                                             ..............  ..............  ..............          36,116  ..............         +36,116
  16 FUZES                                              ..............  ..............  ..............           1,734  ..............          +1,734
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE        ..............  ..............  ..............       1,588,165  ..............      +1,588,165
 
     WEAPONS
  17 SMALL ARMS                                         ..............  ..............  ..............          37,496  ..............         +37,496
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE  ..............  ..............  ..............       1,625,661  ..............      +1,625,661
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1 Rockets           ..............         132,968        +132,968
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +133,268
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Restoring     ..............  ..............            -300
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: APKWS
           production
           support
           growth
    2 Cartridges        ..............         140,449        +140,449
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............        +140,449
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
    3 Practice Bombs    ..............          29,313         +29,313
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +29,313
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
    4 General Purpose   ..............          85,885         +85,885
       Bombs
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +85,885
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
    6 Joint Direct      ..............       1,034,224      +1,034,224
       Attack Munition
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............      +1,066,224
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Insufficient  ..............  ..............         -32,000
           budget
           justificati
           on: JDAM
           Tailkit
           unit cost
           adjustment
    7 B61               ..............          70,773         +70,773
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +80,773
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
          Restoring     ..............  ..............         -10,000
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: TKA
           contract
           delays
    9 Cad/Pad           ..............          47,069         +47,069
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +47,069
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   10 Explosive         ..............           6,133          +6,133
       Ordnance
       Disposal [EOD]
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............          +6,133
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   11 Spares And        ..............             533            +533
       Repair Parts
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............            +533
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   12 Modifications     ..............           1,291          +1,291
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............          +1,291
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   13 Items Less Than   ..............           1,677          +1,677
       $5,000,000
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............          +1,677
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   15 Flares            ..............          36,116         +36,116
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +36,116
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   16 Fuzes             ..............           1,734          +1,734
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............          +1,734
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
   17 Small Arms        ..............          37,496         +37,496
          Transfer:     ..............  ..............         +37,496
           From Title
           IX to Title
           III for
           base
           requirement
           s
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Other Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $20,884,225,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  20,687,857,000
Committee recommendation................................  21,083,464,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$21,083,464,000. This is $395,607,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE
 
     VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT
 
     PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES
   1 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLE                         ..............          15,238  ..............          15,238  ..............  ..............
 
     CARGO + UTILITY VEHICLES
   2 FAMILY MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE                     ..............          34,616  ..............          34,616  ..............  ..............
   3 CAP VEHICLES                                       ..............           1,040  ..............           1,700  ..............            +660
   4 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (CARGO AND UTILITY VEHICLES)   ..............          23,133  ..............          23,133  ..............  ..............
 
     SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES
   5 JOINT LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE                       ..............          32,027  ..............          32,027  ..............  ..............
   6 SECURITY AND TACTICAL VEHICLES                     ..............           1,315  ..............           1,315  ..............  ..............
   7 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES)     ..............          14,593  ..............          14,593  ..............  ..............
 
     FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
   8 FIRE FIGHTING/CRASH RESCUE VEHICLES                ..............          28,604  ..............          12,004  ..............         -16,600
 
     MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT
   9 ITEMS LESS THAT $5M (MATERIALS HANDLING            ..............          21,848  ..............          21,848  ..............  ..............
      EQUIPMENT)
 
     BASE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT
  10 RUNWAY SNOW REMOVAL & CLEANING EQUIP               ..............           2,925  ..............           2,925  ..............  ..............
  11 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (BASE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT      ..............          55,776  ..............          55,776  ..............  ..............
      VEHICLES)
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT                   ..............         231,115  ..............         215,175  ..............         -15,940
 
     ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
 
     COMM SECURITY EQUIPMENT(COMSEC)
  13 COMSEC EQUIPMENT                                   ..............          91,461  ..............          81,461  ..............         -10,000
 
     INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS
  14 INTERNATIONAL INTEL TECH AND ARCHITECTURES         ..............          11,386  ..............          11,386  ..............  ..............
  15 INTELLIGENCE TRAINING EQUIPMENT                    ..............           7,619  ..............           7,619  ..............  ..............
  16 INTELLIGENCE COMM EQUIP                            ..............          35,558  ..............          35,558  ..............  ..............
 
     ELECTRONICS PROGRAMS
  17 TRAFFIC CONTROL/LANDING                            ..............          17,939  ..............          29,939  ..............         +12,000
  19 BATTLE CONTROL SYSTEM--FIXED                       ..............           3,063  ..............           3,063  ..............  ..............
  21 WEATHER OBSERVATION FORECAST                       ..............          31,447  ..............          31,447  ..............  ..............
  22 STRATEGIC COMMAND AND CONTROL                      ..............           5,090  ..............           5,090  ..............  ..............
  23 CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN COMPLEX                          ..............          10,145  ..............          10,145  ..............  ..............
  24 MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS                           ..............          14,508  ..............          14,508  ..............  ..............
  26 INTEGRATED STRAT PLAN AND ANALY NETWORK (ISPAN)    ..............           9,901  ..............           8,601  ..............          -1,300
 
     SPECIAL COMM-ELECTRONICS PROJECTS
  27 GENERAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                     ..............          26,933  ..............          26,933  ..............  ..............
  28 AF GLOBAL COMMAND & CONTROL SYSTEM                 ..............           2,756  ..............           2,756  ..............  ..............
  29 BATTLEFIELD AIRBORNE CONTROL NODE (BACN)           ..............          48,478  ..............          48,478  ..............  ..............
  30 MOBILITY COMMAND AND CONTROL                       ..............          21,186  ..............          21,186  ..............  ..............
  31 AIR FORCE PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEM                 ..............         178,361  ..............         178,361  ..............  ..............
  32 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                             ..............         233,993  ..............         282,893  ..............         +48,900
  33 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMM N                 ..............         132,648  ..............         132,648  ..............  ..............
  34 WIDE AREA SURVEILLANCE (WAS)                       ..............          80,818  ..............          42,118  ..............         -38,700
  35 C3 COUNTERMEASURES                                 ..............          25,036  ..............          25,036  ..............  ..............
  36 INTEGRATED PERSONNEL AND PAY SYSTEM                ..............          20,900  ..............  ..............  ..............         -20,900
  37 GCSS-AF FOS                                        ..............          11,226  ..............          11,226  ..............  ..............
  38 DEFENSE ENTERPRISE ACCOUNTING AND MGMT             ..............           1,905  ..............           1,905  ..............  ..............
  39 MAINTENANCE REPAIR AND OVERHAUL INITIATIVE         ..............           1,912  ..............           1,912  ..............  ..............
  40 THEATER BATTLE MGT C2 SYS                          ..............           6,337  ..............           6,337  ..............  ..............
  41 AIR AND SPACE OPERATIONS CTR-WPN SYSTEM            ..............          33,243  ..............          33,243  ..............  ..............
 
     AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS
  43 INFORMATION TRANSPORT SYSTEMS                      ..............          69,530  ..............          62,280  ..............          -7,250
  44 AFNET                                              ..............         147,063  ..............         131,063  ..............         -16,000
  45 JOINT COMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT ELEMENT (JCSE)        ..............           6,505  ..............           6,505  ..............  ..............
  46 USCENTCOM                                          ..............          20,190  ..............          20,190  ..............  ..............
  47 USSTRATCOM                                         ..............          11,244  ..............          11,244  ..............  ..............
 
     ORGANIZATION AND BASE
  48 TACTICAL C-E EQUIPMENT                             ..............         143,757  ..............         143,757  ..............  ..............
  50 RADIO EQUIPMENT                                    ..............          15,402  ..............          15,402  ..............  ..............
  51 CCTV/AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT                         ..............           3,211  ..............           3,211  ..............  ..............
  52 BASE COMM INFRASTRUCTURE                           ..............          43,123  ..............          43,123  ..............  ..............
 
     MODIFICATIONS
  53 COMM ELECT MODS                                    ..............          14,500  ..............          14,500  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS    ..............       1,538,374  ..............       1,505,124  ..............         -33,250
            EQUIP
 
     OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIP
 
     PERSONAL SAFETY AND RESCUE EQUIP
  54 ITEMS LESS THAN $5,000,000 (SAFETY)                ..............          50,634  ..............          50,634  ..............  ..............
 
     DEPOT PLANT + MATERIALS HANDLING EQ
  55 POWER CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT                       ..............          11,000  ..............          11,000  ..............  ..............
  56 MECHANIZED MATERIAL HANDLING                       ..............          11,901  ..............          11,901  ..............  ..............
 
     BASE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
  57 BASE PROCURED EQUIPMENT                            ..............          23,963  ..............          23,963  ..............  ..............
  58 ENGINEERING AND EOD EQUIPMENT                      ..............          34,124  ..............          34,124  ..............  ..............
  59 MOBILITY EQUIPMENT                                 ..............          26,439  ..............          26,439  ..............  ..............
  60 FUELS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (FSE)                      ..............          24,255  ..............          24,255  ..............  ..............
  61 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M (BASE SUPPORT)                 ..............          38,986  ..............          38,986  ..............  ..............
 
     SPECIAL SUPPORT PROJECTS
  63 DARP RC135                                         ..............          26,716  ..............          26,716  ..............  ..............
  64 DISTRIBUTED GROUND SYSTEMS                         ..............         116,055  ..............         116,055  ..............  ..............
  66 SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAM                             ..............         835,148  ..............         835,148  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT    ..............       1,199,221  ..............       1,199,221  ..............  ..............
            EQUIP
 
     SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS
  67 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS                            ..............          81,340  ..............          81,340  ..............  ..............
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                ..............      17,637,807  ..............      18,082,604  ..............        +444,797
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE          ..............      20,687,857  ..............      21,083,464  ..............        +395,607
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
 Line         Item          2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    3 Cap Vehicles               1,040           1,700            +660
          Program       ..............  ..............            +660
           increase:
           CAP
           vehicles
    8 Fire Fighting/            28,604          12,004         -16,600
       Crash Rescue
       Vehicles
          Insufficient  ..............  ..............         -16,600
           budget
           justificati
           on: Poor
           justificati
           on
           materials
   13 Comsec Equipment          91,461          81,461         -10,000
          Improving     ..............  ..............         -10,000
           funds
           management:
           Unobligated
           balances
   17 Air Traffic               17,939          29,939         +12,000
       Control &
       Landing Sys
          Program       ..............  ..............         +12,000
           increase:
           Deployable
           instrument
           landing
           system
   26 Integrated Strat           9,901           8,601          -1,300
       Plan & Analy
       Network [ISPAN]
          Restoring     ..............  ..............          -1,300
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity: Unit
           cost growth
   32 Combat Training          233,993         282,893         +48,900
       Ranges
          Program       ..............  ..............         +28,000
           increase:
           Joint
           threat
           emitters
          Program       ..............  ..............         +20,900
           increase: F-
           35 advanced
           threat
           systems
   34 Wide Area                 80,818          42,118         -38,700
       Surveillance
       [WAS]
          Restoring     ..............  ..............         -38,700
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity:
           Schedule
           slips
   36 Integrated                20,900  ..............         -20,900
       Personnel and
       Pay System
          Restoring     ..............  ..............         -20,900
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity:
           Acquisition
           strategy
   43 Base Information          69,530          62,280          -7,250
       Transport
       Infrast [BITI]
       Wired
          Restoring     ..............  ..............          -7,250
           acquisition
           accountabil
           ity
   44 AFNET                    147,063         131,063         -16,000
          Maintain      ..............  ..............          -4,000
           program
           affordabili
           ty:
           Maintain
           level of
           effort
          Improving     ..............  ..............          -7,000
           funds
           management:
           Prior year
           carryover
          Insufficient  ..............  ..............          -5,000
           budget
           justificati
           on: Poor
           justificati
           on
           materials
  999 Classified            17,637,807      18,082,604        +444,797
       Programs
          Classified    ..............  ..............        +444,797
           adjustment
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Cold Weather Aviation System.--The Committee supports 
fielding the Cold Weather Aviation System to both the Air Force 
and the Air National Guard and encourages the Air Force 
Secretary to work with the Chief, National Guard Bureau to 
evaluate simultaneously fielding the uniform to reduce unit 
costs and to protect air crews.

                       Procurement, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $6,822,180,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   5,109,416,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,285,914,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$5,285,914,000. This is $176,498,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCMA
   2 MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                    ..............           2,432  ..............           2,432  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DHRA
   3 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION                           ..............           5,030  ..............           5,030  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DISA
   8 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY                       ..............           3,318  ..............           4,718  ..............          +1,400
   9 TELEPORT PROGRAM                                   ..............          25,103  ..............          25,103  ..............  ..............
  10 ITEMS LESS THAN $5M                                ..............          26,416  ..............          26,416  ..............  ..............
  12 DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS NETWORK                ..............          17,574  ..............          17,574  ..............  ..............
  14 WHITE HOUSE COMMUNICATION AGENCY                   ..............          45,079  ..............          45,079  ..............  ..............
  15 SENIOR LEADERSHIP ENTERPRISE                       ..............          78,669  ..............          87,669  ..............          +9,000
  16 JOINT REGIONAL SECURITY STACKS (JRSS)              ..............          88,000  ..............          88,000  ..............  ..............
  17 JOINT SERVICE PROVIDER                             ..............         107,907  ..............         107,907  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DLA
  19 MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                    ..............           8,122  ..............           8,122  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DMACT
  20 A--WEAPON SYSTEM COST                              ..............          10,961  ..............          10,961  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DODEA
  21 AUTOMATION/EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT & LOGISTICS         ..............           1,320  ..............           1,320  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DPAA
  22 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DPAA                                          32           1,504              32           1,504  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DSS
  23 MAJOR EQUIPMENT                                    ..............             496  ..............             496  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY
  25 VEHICLES                                           ..............             211  ..............             211  ..............  ..............
  26 OTHER MAJOR EQUIPMENT                              ..............          11,521  ..............          11,521  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, MDA
  28 THAAD SYSTEM                                                   37         425,863              37         388,543  ..............         -37,320
  29 GROUND BASED MIDCOURSE                             ..............           9,471  ..............         352,471  ..............        +343,000
  31 AEGIS BMD                                                      37         600,773              30         327,374              -7        -273,399
  XX AEGIS BMD SM-3 BLOCK IIA                           ..............  ..............               7         238,000              +7        +238,000
  32 AEGIS BMD (AP)                                     ..............          96,995  ..............          96,995  ..............  ..............
  33 BMDS AN/TPY-2 RADARS                               ..............          10,046  ..............          10,046  ..............  ..............
  34 ISRAELI PROGRAMS                                                1          55,000               1          55,000  ..............  ..............
  35 SHORT RANGE BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE (SRBMD)                   1          50,000               1          50,000  ..............  ..............
  36 AEGIS ASHORE PHASE III                                          1          25,659               1          25,659  ..............  ..............
  37 IRON DOME SYSTEM                                                1          95,000               1          95,000  ..............  ..............
  38 AEGIS BMD HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE                                36         124,986              36         124,986  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, NSA
  44 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM [ISSP]        ..............           1,533  ..............             133  ..............          -1,400
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD
  45 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD                               ..............          43,705  ..............          43,705  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS
  46 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS                               ..............           6,905  ..............           6,905  ..............  ..............
  47 MAJOR EQUIPMENT--TJS CYBER                         ..............           1,458  ..............           1,458  ..............  ..............
 
     MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS
  49 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS                               ..............             507  ..............             507  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, MAJOR EQUIPMENT                       ..............       1,981,564  ..............       2,260,845  ..............        +279,281
 
     SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND
 
     AVIATION PROGRAMS
  53 SOF ROTARY WING UPGRADES AND SUSTAINMENT           ..............         172,020  ..............         158,920  ..............         -13,100
  54 UNMANNED ISR                                       ..............          15,208  ..............          15,208  ..............  ..............
  55 NON-STANDARD AVIATION                              ..............          32,310  ..............          32,310  ..............  ..............
  56 SOF U-28                                           ..............          10,898  ..............          10,898  ..............  ..............
  57 MH-47 CHINOOK                                      ..............         173,812  ..............         173,812  ..............  ..............
  58 CV-22 SOF MODIFICATION                             ..............          17,256  ..............          17,256  ..............  ..............
  59 MQ-9 UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE                       ..............           5,338  ..............           5,338  ..............  ..............
  60 PRECISION STRIKE PACKAGE                           ..............         232,930  ..............         232,930  ..............  ..............
  61 AC/MC-130J                                         ..............         173,419  ..............         131,819  ..............         -41,600
  62 C-130 MODIFICATIONS                                ..............          15,582  ..............          15,582  ..............  ..............
 
     SHIPBUILDING
  63 UNDERWATER SYSTEMS                                 ..............          58,991  ..............          58,991  ..............  ..............
 
     AMMUNITION PROGRAMS
  64 SOF ORDNANCE ITEMS UNDER $5,000,000                ..............         279,992  ..............         246,592  ..............         -33,400
 
     OTHER PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS
  65 SOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS                           ..............         100,641  ..............         100,641  ..............  ..............
  66 DCGS-SOF                                           ..............          12,522  ..............          12,522  ..............  ..............
  67 OTHER ITEMS UNDER $5,000,000                       ..............         103,910  ..............         103,910  ..............  ..............
  68 SOF COMBATANT CRAFT SYSTEMS                        ..............          33,088  ..............          33,088  ..............  ..............
  69 SPECIAL PROGRAMS                                   ..............          63,467  ..............          63,467  ..............  ..............
  70 TACTICAL VEHICLES                                  ..............          77,832  ..............         107,832  ..............         +30,000
  71 WARRIOR SYSTEMS UNDER $5,000,000                   ..............         298,480  ..............         298,480  ..............  ..............
  72 COMBAT MISSION REQUIREMENTS                        ..............          19,702  ..............          19,702  ..............  ..............
  73 SOF GLOBAL VIDEO SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES           ..............           4,787  ..............           4,787  ..............  ..............
  74 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS INTELLIGENCE          ..............           8,175  ..............           8,175  ..............  ..............
  75 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS                       ..............         282,532  ..............         282,532  ..............  ..............
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND            ..............       2,192,892  ..............       2,134,792  ..............         -58,100
 
     CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE
  76 CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL SITUATIONAL AWARENESS          ..............         162,406  ..............         154,673  ..............          -7,733
  77 CB PROTECTION AND HAZARD MITIGATION                ..............         188,188  ..............         170,788  ..............         -17,400
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE           ..............         350,594  ..............         325,461  ..............         -25,133
 
     CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                ..............         584,366  ..............         564,816  ..............         -19,550
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE             ..............       5,109,416  ..............       5,285,914  ..............        +176,498
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2020 budget       Committee       Change from
Line                            Item                               estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   8 Information Systems Security (DISA)                               3,318            4,718           +1,400
         Transfer from line 44 for Sharkseer                 ...............  ...............           +1,400
  15 Senior Leadership Enterprise (DISA)                              78,669           87,669           +9,000
         Program increase                                    ...............  ...............           +9,000
  28 THAAD (MDA)                                                     425,863          388,543          -37,320
         Improving funds management: Unit cost savings       ...............  ...............          -37,320
  29 Ground Based Midcourse (MDA)                                      9,471          352,471         +343,000
         RKV program termination funding transfer: 6         ...............  ...............         +217,000
          boosters to maintain deployed 44 GBIs
         RKV program termination funding transfer: 22        ...............  ...............          +45,000
          missile field launch support systems for missile
          fields 1 and 4
         RKV program termination funding transfer: 44        ...............  ...............          +90,000
          missile field launch support systems replacement
         RKV program termination: Early to need              ...............  ...............           -9,000
  31 Aegis BMD (MDA)                                                 600,773          327,374         -273,399
         SM-3 Block IB multiyear unit cost savings           ...............  ...............          -35,399
         Transfer to line XX for SM-3 Block IIA              ...............  ...............         -238,000
          interceptors
  XX AEGIS BMD SM-3 Block IIA                                ...............          238,000         +238,000
         Transfer from line 31 for SM-3 Block IIA            ...............  ...............         +238,000
          interceptors
  44 Information Systems Security Program [ISSP] (NSA)                 1,533              133           -1,400
         Transfer to line 8 for Sharkseer                    ...............  ...............           -1,400
  53 Rotary Wing Upgrades and Sustainment (SOCOM)                    172,020          158,920          -13,100
         Restoring acquisition accountability:               ...............  ...............          -13,100
          Installations ahead of need
  61 AC/MC-130J (SOCOM)                                              173,419          131,819          -41,600
         SOCOM requested transfer to RDDW, Line 256: RFCM    ...............  ...............           -8,400
         Restoring acquisition accountability: RFCM ahead    ...............  ...............          -33,200
          of need
  64 Ordnance Items <$5M (SOCOM)                                     279,992          246,592          -33,400
         Restoring acquisition accountability: SOPGM unit    ...............  ...............          -11,900
          cost adjustment
         Restoring acquisition accountability: Excess        ...............  ...............          -21,500
          carryover
  70 Tactical Vehicles (SOCOM)                                        77,832          107,832          +30,000
         Program increase: Ground Mobility Vehicles          ...............  ...............          +30,000
  76 Chemical Biological Situational Awareness (CBDP)                162,406          154,673           -7,733
         Program increase: CBRN dismounted reconnaissance    ...............  ...............           +5,000
          system
         Restoring acquisition accountability: EMBD          ...............  ...............           -1,500
          maintain level of effort
         MMPRDS                                              ...............  ...............           -3,245
         JCAD                                                ...............  ...............           -4,493
         Restoring acquisition accountability: CSIRP         ...............  ...............           -3,495
          Acquisition strategy
  77 CB Protection & Hazard Mitigation (CBDP)                        188,188          170,788          -17,400
         Program increase: CB protective shelter             ...............  ...............           +5,000
         Program increase: Joint service lightweight         ...............  ...............           +2,000
          integrated suit technology
         Restoring acquisition accountability: JSAM RW       ...............  ...............          -18,700
          Schedule slips
         Restoring acquisition accountability: AAS Schedule  ...............  ...............           -2,200
          slips
         Restoring acquisition accountability: VAC BOT       ...............  ...............           -3,000
          Schedule slips
         Restoring acquisition accountability: VAC PLG       ...............  ...............             -500
          Schedule slips
 999 Classified Programs                                             584,366          564,816          -19,550
         Classified adjustment                               ...............  ...............          -19,550
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    Procurement of Standard Missile-3 Block IB and Block IIA 
Interceptors.--The fiscal year 2020 President's budget request 
includes $459,768,000 in Procurement, Defense-Wide for the 
procurement of no less than 30 Standard Missile-3 [SM-3] Block 
IB interceptors using previously granted multi-year procurement 
authority, which includes $96,995,000 in Advance Procurement 
[AP] for economic order quantity items. The Committee 
recommends full funding of AP for SM-3 Block IB interceptors 
and understands that this will result in unit cost savings 
above those included in the President's budget request due to 
additional cost saving opportunities identified by the 
Government and industry team. The Committee further understands 
that this will provide opportunities to increase procurement 
quantities over the multi-year procurement without additional 
costs to the Government.
    The Committee notes that under existing law, a multi-year 
procurement contract may not be entered into until thirty days 
after the Secretary of Defense certifies in writing to the 
congressional defense committees that certain conditions are 
satisfied, and directs that concurrent with such certification 
the Under Secretary of Defense (Research and Engineering) shall 
certify to the congressional defense committees the design and 
technology readiness levels of critical SM-3 Block IB 
interceptor components.
    The Committee understands that opportunities to upgrade the 
SM-3 Block IIA interceptor exist and directs that no funds for 
the procurement of SM-3 Block IIA interceptors in fiscal year 
2020 may be obligated or expended until thirty days after the 
Under Secretary of Defense (Research and Engineering) certifies 
to the congressional defense committees the design and 
technology readiness levels of critical SM-3 Block IIA 
interceptor components; as well as identifies additional 
upgrades to the SM-3 Block IIA interceptor under consideration 
and associated costs.
    In addition, the Committee notes that the approved 
acquisition objective [AAO] for the SM-3 interceptor is under 
review. The Committee directs the Director, MDA, in conjunction 
with the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development 
and Acquisition) to provide to the congressional defense 
committees the updated AAO for SM-3 interceptors, consistent 
with the format provided in response to such direction in 
fiscal year 2017, not later than with submission of the fiscal 
year 2021 President's budget request.
    Chemical Protective Suits.--The Committee recognizes the 
importance of maintaining warfighter capability during 
contingency operations involving the hostile deployment of 
chemical weapons and recommends continued support of the 
organic industrial base for chemical protective suits.

                    Defense Production Act Purchases

Appropriations, 2019....................................     $53,578,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................      34,393,000
Committee recommendation................................      39,393,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $39,393,000. 
This is $5,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                                                 [Dollars in thousands]
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                                                                                                                                    Change from
                                                                            2020 budget                      Committee   -------------------------------
Line                         Item                              Qty.          estimate          Qty.       recommendation                      Budget
                                                                                                                               Qty.          estimate
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              DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES
 
   1 DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES                   ..............          34,393  ..............          39,393  ..............          +5,000
                                                       -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES      ..............          34,393  ..............          39,393  ..............          +5,000
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Additional Funding.--The Committee recognizes the critical 
role that the DPA title III program serves in strengthening the 
U.S. defense industrial base, including its support of 
Executive Order 13806, Assessing and Strengthening the 
Manufacturing and Defense Industrial Base and Supply Chain 
Resiliency of the United States. The Committee encourages the 
DPA program to continue supporting Executive Order 13806, as 
well as efforts to strengthen domestic fabric suppliers, and 
will continue to monitor execution of funds and drawdown of the 
DPA fund balance. Therefore, the Committee increases funding 
for DPA by $5,000,000 over the budget request. The Committee 
directs that the additional funding be competitively awarded to 
new initiatives and priority consideration should be given to 
completion of DPA projects initiated in prior years. 
Furthermore, the Committee directs the Under Secretary of 
Defense (Acquisition and Sustainment) to inform the 
congressional defense committees 30 days prior to any 
obligation or expenditure of these funds.

                  Joint Urgent Operational Needs Fund

Appropriations, 2019....................................................
Budget estimate, 2020...................................     $99,200,000
Committee recommendation................................................

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

                                TITLE IV

               RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required to conduct a program of research, development, test 
and evaluation, including research in basic science, applied 
research, advanced technology development, demonstration and 
validation, engineering and manufacturing development, and 
operational systems development.
    The President's fiscal year 2020 budget requests a total of 
$102,647,545,000 for research, development, test and evaluation 
appropriations.

                      SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ACTION

    The Committee recommends research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations totaling $104,282,139,000 for fiscal 
year 2020. This is $1,634,594,000 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations for fiscal year 2020 are summarized 
below:

                      SUMMARY OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Account                                2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army............      12,192,771      12,412,845        +220,074
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy............      20,270,499      19,818,218        -452,281
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force.......      45,616,122      45,446,727        -169,395
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide....      24,346,953      26,371,649      +2,024,696
    Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense....................         221,200         232,700         +11,500
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total...................................................     102,647,545     104,282,139      +1,634,594
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

            REPROGRAMMING GUIDANCE FOR ACQUISITION ACCOUNTS

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

                           FUNDING INCREASES

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

   RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS

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

          RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION OVERVIEW

    Basic Research.--The Committee understands that basic 
research is the foundation for Department of Defense innovation 
and future technologies. As the Under Secretary of Defense 
(Research and Engineering) has in the past testified before the 
Committee: ``The Department of Defense has the third largest 
investment among Federal agencies in basic research at U.S. 
universities, who have, through years of continued investments, 
been the source of many of today's transformational 
technologies. Traditionally, the Department has viewed the role 
of universities as producing the research innovation, the 
Department of Defense labs as the mechanism to nurture these 
findings and to render them defense-applicable, and the defense 
industrial base to integrate these new technologies into 
acquisition programs.'' Accordingly, the Committee recommends 
an increase of $307,820,000 above the fiscal year 2020 budget 
request. This includes an additional $122,000,000 in Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Army; $76,500,000 in 
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy; $50,000,000 
in Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force; and 
$59,320,000 in Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, 
Defense-Wide.
    Test and Evaluation Infrastructure for Technologies 
Critical to the National Defense Strategy.--House Report 115-
952, the Joint Explanatory Statement of the Committee of 
Conference accompanying the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act, 2019 directed the Under Secretary of 
Defense (Research and Engineering), in conjunction with the 
Director, Operational Test and Evaluation, and the Secretaries 
of the Army, Navy and Air Force, to conduct an in-depth 
assessment of the Department of Defense test and evaluation 
infrastructure and to identify improvements required to address 
future warfighting capabilities. The Committee understands that 
the assessment discovered shortfalls in test and evaluation 
infrastructure of several technologies that are critical for 
implementing the 2018 National Defense Strategy, such as 
hypersonics, space, directed energy and cyber. Therefore, the 
Committee recommends an additional $235,250,000 in Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide, program element 
0604940D8Z, only for those purposes, as delineated in the 
accompanying table of Committee Recommended Adjustments.
    The Committee directs that none of these funds may be 
obligated or expended until 30 days after the Under Secretary 
of Defense (Research and Engineering) provides a briefing to 
the congressional defense committees on the assessment 
requested in fiscal year 2019, as well as an execution plan 
developed, in conjunction with the Director, Operational Test 
and Evaluation, and the Secretaries of the Army, Navy and Air 
Force, for the additional funds recommended by the Committee.
    Defense Industrial Base.--The Committee has reviewed the 
``Executive Order 13806 on Assessing and Strengthening the 
Manufacturing and Defense Industrial Base and Supply Chain 
Resiliency of the United States'' report, which identified 
risks and challenges to a healthy and resilient defense 
industrial base. The Committee is encouraged by efforts led by 
the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Sustainment) to 
protect the defense industrial base in response to 
vulnerabilities identified in the 13806 report. Further, the 
Committee notes efforts by the Department of Defense to 
strengthen oversight of the Committee on Foreign Investment in 
the United States, which include expanding its jurisdiction in 
accordance with congressional direction. However, the Committee 
is concerned by the apparent lack of common visibility and 
coordination among the military services and the Under 
Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Sustainment) regarding 
the supply chain for critical technologies that affect 
acquisition programs, to include the submarine industrial base; 
the modernization of nuclear command and control; and 
manufacturing efforts.
    Therefore, the Committee recommends additional funds in 
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide for 
industrial base analysis and sustainment and directs the Deputy 
Secretary of Defense, in conjunction with the Under Secretary 
of Defense (Acquisition and Sustainment) and the Secretaries of 
the Army, Navy and Air Force, to submit to the congressional 
defense committees with the fiscal year 2021 President's budget 
the combined resource and policy strategy to address U.S. 
defense industrial base vulnerabilities.
    Submarine Workforce Development.--The Committee notes the 
need to enhance the workforce pipeline for manufacturing in the 
defense sector for certain technical professions, including 
welding, pipefitting, electrical, machining, shipfitting, 
carpentry, and others specialties to support the 2018 National 
Defense Strategy. The Committee believes that expanding and 
improving the capability and capacity of the submarine 
industrial base workforce is critical to keep pace with current 
Navy shipbuilding programs. However, the Committee is concerned 
that the Navy-certified welding workforce may be insufficient 
to meet Navy demands for the submarine build plan on time with 
the required quality. In particular, the Committee notes the 
current shortfall in the Virginia and Columbia-class technical 
workforce and supports increased submarine industrial base 
workforce training and education to address this shortfall. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends an increase of $8,000,000 
in Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide for 
submarine workforce development, and directs the Secretary of 
Defense to work with the Secretaries of Labor, Education, and 
Commerce to develop and implement a strategy for strengthening 
the workforce pipeline for critical defense industries, 
including new submarine construction.
    Use of Research, Development, Test and Evaluation funding 
for Military Construction.--The fiscal year 2020 President's 
budget request includes $111,000,000 in research, development, 
test and evaluation [RDTE], Air Force funding to support three 
projects authorized by the Fiscal Year 2019 National Defense 
Authorization Act (Public Law 115-232) for the fiscal year 2017 
Defense Laboratory Modernization Pilot Program. The Committee 
supports the three projects, but transfers the funding from the 
Defense appropriations bill to the Military Construction 
appropriations bill for more appropriate execution and 
oversight. The Committee understands the Department of 
Defense's challenge in prioritizing small, but critical 
laboratory construction projects with larger, higher profile 
construction projects. However, the Committee encourages the 
Department of Defense to appropriately request the funding in 
the Military Construction appropriations bill.

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $11,083,824,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  12,192,771,000
Committee recommendation................................  12,412,845,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$12,412,845,000. This is $220,074,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, ARMY
 
     BASIC RESEARCH
   2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                         297,976         391,976         +94,000
   3 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                    65,858          65,858  ..............
   4 UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY RESEARCH CENTERS                           86,164         114,164         +28,000
   5 CYBER COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH ALLIANCE                               4,982           4,982  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       454,980         576,980        +122,000
 
     APPLIED RESEARCH
  10 LETHALITY TECHNOLOGY                                               26,961          61,961         +35,000
  11 ARMY APPLIED RESEARCH                                              25,319          25,319  ..............
  12 SOLDIER LETHALITY TECHNOLOGY                                      115,274         137,774         +22,500
  13 GROUND TECHNOLOGY                                                  35,199         137,699        +102,500
  14 NEXT GENERATION COMBAT VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY                         219,047         245,047         +26,000
  15 NETWORK C3I TECHNOLOGY                                            114,516         140,016         +25,500
  16 LONG RANGE PRECISION FIRES TECHNOLOGY                              74,327         127,327         +53,000
  17 FUTURE VERTICAL LIFT TECHNOLOGY                                    93,601          95,359          +1,758
  18 AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY                                 50,771          90,771         +40,000
  20 C3I APPLIED CYBER                                                  18,947          18,947  ..............
  38 MANPOWER/PERSONNEL/TRAINING TECHNOLOGY                             20,873          20,873  ..............
  40 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY                                                 99,155         101,155          +2,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                     893,990       1,202,248        +308,258
 
     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  42 MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                        42,030          52,030         +10,000
  47 MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND TRAINING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY               11,038          11,038  ..............
  50 ARMY ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                               63,338          66,338          +3,000
  51 SOLDIER LETHALITY ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                             118,468         129,468         +11,000
  52 GROUND ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                         12,593         152,793        +140,200
  59 C3I CYBER ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                     13,769          13,769  ..............
  60 HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING MODERNIZATION PROGRAM                  184,755         224,755         +40,000
  61 NEXT GENERATION COMBAT VEHICLE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                160,035         222,035         +62,000
  62 NETWORK C3I ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                                   106,899         133,899         +27,000
  63 LONG RANGE PRECISION FIRES ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                    174,386         189,386         +15,000
  64 FUTURE VERTICAL LIFT ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                          151,640         148,892          -2,748
  65 AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                        60,613         108,613         +48,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                    1,099,564       1,453,016        +353,452
 
     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
  73 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                           10,987          62,487         +51,500
  74 AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING                        15,148          70,148         +55,000
  75 LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER--ADV DEV                              92,915          66,215         -26,700
  77 TANK AND MEDIUM CALIBER AMMUNITION                                 82,146          77,696          -4,450
  78 ARMORED SYSTEM MODERNIZATION--ADV DEV                             157,656         129,756         -27,900
  79 SOLDIER SUPPORT AND SURVIVABILITY                                   6,514           6,514  ..............
  80 TACTICAL ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM--AD                        34,890          27,490          -7,400
  81 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                         251,011         222,791         -28,220
  82 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY                                   15,132          19,561          +4,429
  83 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                       5,406           5,406  ..............
  84 AVIATION--ADV DEV                                                 459,290         447,940         -11,350
  85 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--ADV DEV                           6,254           6,254  ..............
  86 MEDICAL SYSTEMS--ADV DEV                                           31,175          36,175          +5,000
  87 SOLDIER SYSTEMS--ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                              22,113          22,113  ..............
  88 ROBOTICS DEVELOPMENT                                              115,222          68,601         -46,621
  90 ELECTRONIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY MATURATION (MIP)                     18,043          27,043          +9,000
  91 ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVES                                           10,023          10,023  ..............
  92 FUTURE TACTICAL UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM [FTUAS]                   40,745          17,745         -23,000
  93 LOWER TIER AIR MISSILE DEFENSE [LTAMID] SENSOR                    427,772         379,772         -48,000
  94 TECHNOLOGY MATURATION INITIATIVES                                 196,676         194,676          -2,000
  95 MANEUVER--SHORT RANGE AIR DEFENSE [M-SHORAD]                       33,100          35,400          +2,300
  97 ARMY ADVANCED COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT & PROTOTYPING                 115,116         112,806          -2,310
  99 SYNTHETIC TRAINING ENVIRONMENT REFINEMENT AND PROTOTYPING         136,761          57,121         -79,640
 100 HYPERSONICS                                                       228,000         378,610        +150,610
 102 FUTURE INTERCEPTOR                                                  8,000           4,000          -4,000
 103 UNIFIED NETWORK TRANSPORT                                          39,600          29,700          -9,900
 104 MOBILE MEDIUM RANGE MISSILE                                        20,000          10,000         -10,000
 106 CYBERSPACE OPERATIONS FORCES AND FORCE SUPPORT                     52,102          42,202          -9,900
 107 ASSURED POSITIONING, NAVIGATION AND TIMING [PNT]                  192,562         136,110         -56,452
 108 ARMY SPACE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                                    104,996         104,996  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         2,929,355       2,809,351        -120,004
 
     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
 109 AIRCRAFT AVIONICS                                                  29,164           8,414         -20,750
 110 ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                     70,539          57,539         -13,000
 113 INFANTRY SUPPORT WEAPONS                                          106,121          80,279         -25,842
 114 MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLES                                            2,152  ..............          -2,152
 115 JAVELIN                                                            17,897          14,997          -2,900
 116 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES                                  16,745          13,125          -3,620
 117 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL                                                 6,989           5,781          -1,208
 118 LIGHT TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLES                                    10,465           2,965          -7,500
 119 ARMORED SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION [ASM]--ENG DEV                      310,152         301,324          -8,828
 120 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS--SDD                                         181,732         156,537         -25,195
 121 COMBAT FEEDING, CLOTHING, AND EQUIPMENT                             2,393           2,393  ..............
 122 NON-SYSTEM TRAINING DEVICES--SDD                                   27,412          35,412          +8,000
 123 AIR DEFENSE COMMAND, CONTROL AND INTELLIGENCE--SDD                 43,502          23,502         -20,000
 124 CONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                        11,636          11,636  ..............
 125 AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT                               10,915          10,915  ..............
 126 DISTRIBUTIVE INTERACTIVE SIMULATIONS [DIS]--SDD                     7,801           7,801  ..............
 127 BRILLIANT ANTI-ARMOR SUBMUNITION [BAT]                             25,000          25,000  ..............
 128 COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER [CATT] CORE                          9,241           9,241  ..............
 129 BRIGADE ANALYSIS, INTEGRATION AND EVALUATION                       42,634          42,634  ..............
 130 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--SDD                                        181,023         163,701         -17,322
 131 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--SDD                             103,226         100,826          -2,400
 132 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS--SDD                      12,595          12,595  ..............
 133 MEDICAL MATERIEL/MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT              48,264          48,264  ..............
 134 LANDMINE WARFARE/BARRIER--SDD                                      39,208          39,208  ..............
 135 ARMY TACTICAL COMMAND & CONTROL HARDWARE & SOFTWARE               140,637         143,974          +3,337
 136 RADAR DEVELOPMENT                                                 105,243          95,720          -9,523
 137 GENERAL FUND ENTERPRISE BUSINESS SYSTEM [GFEBS]                    46,683          42,883          -3,800
 138 FIREFINDER                                                         17,294          17,294  ..............
 139 SOLDIER SYSTEMS--WARRIOR DEM/VAL                                    5,803           5,803  ..............
 140 SUITE OF SURVIVABILITY ENHANCEMENT SYSTEMS--EMD                    98,698          85,198         -13,500
 141 ARTILLERY SYSTEMS                                                  15,832          15,832  ..............
 142 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                126,537          55,689         -70,848
 143 INTEGRATED PERSONNEL AND PAY SYSTEM-ARMY [IPPS-A]                 142,773          92,073         -50,700
 144 ARMORED MULTI-PURPOSE VEHICLE                                      96,730          83,830         -12,900
 145 INTEGRATED GROUND SECURITY SURVEILLANCE RESPONSE                    6,699           6,699  ..............
      CAPABILITY [IGSSR-C]
 146 JOINT TACTICAL NETWORK CENTER [JTNC]                               15,882          15,882  ..............
 147 JOINT TACTICAL NETWORK [JTN]                                       40,808          40,808  ..............
 149 GROUND-BASED OPERATIONAL SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM--                      3,847           3,847  ..............
      EXPENDITIONARY [GBOSS-E]
 150 TACTICAL SECURITY SYSTEM [TSS]                                      6,928           6,928  ..............
 151 COMMON INFRARED COUNTERMEASURES [CIRCM]                            34,488          23,179         -11,309
 152 COMBATING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION [CWMD]                       10,000          10,000  ..............
 154 NUCLEAR BIOLOGICAL CHEMICAL RECONNAISSANCE VEHICLE                  6,054           6,054  ..............
 155 DEFENSIVE CYBER TOOL DEVELOPMENT                                   62,262          45,662         -16,600
 156 TACTICAL NETWORK RADIO SYSTEMS (LOW-TIER)                          35,654          29,254          -6,400
 157 CONTRACT WRITING SYSTEM                                            19,682          17,082          -2,600
 158 MISSILE WARNING SYSTEM MODERNIZATION [MWSM]                         1,539           1,539  ..............
 159 AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY DEVELOPMENT                                 64,557          55,057          -9,500
 160 INDIRECT FIRE PROTECTION CAPABILITY INC 2--BLOCK 1                243,228         236,428          -6,800
 161 GROUND ROBOTICS                                                    41,308          26,104         -15,204
 162 EMERGING TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVES                                    45,896          12,996         -32,900
 163 ARMY SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT & DEMONSTRATION                           164,883         164,883  ..............
 165 JOINT AIR-TO-GROUND MISSILE [JAGM]                                  9,500           6,585          -2,915
 166 ARMY INTEGRATED AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE [AIAMD]                   208,938         223,638         +14,700
 167 MANNED GROUND VEHICLE                                             378,400         319,864         -58,536
 168 NATIONAL CAPABILITIES INTEGRATION                                   7,835           7,835  ..............
 169 JOINT LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE ENG AND MANUFACTURING                  2,732           7,232          +4,500
 170 AVIATION GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT                                   1,664           1,664  ..............
 172 TROJAN--RH12                                                        3,936           3,936  ..............
 174 ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                     19,675          15,232          -4,443
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            3,549,431       3,100,773        -448,658
 
     RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
 176 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                       14,117          59,117         +45,000
 177 TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                          8,327          28,327         +20,000
 178 MAJOR T&E INVESTMENT                                              136,565         146,565         +10,000
 179 RAND ARROYO CENTER                                                 13,113          13,113  ..............
 180 ARMY KWAJALEIN ATOLL                                              238,691         238,691  ..............
 181 CONCEPTS EXPERIMENTATION PROGRAM                                   42,922          36,922          -6,000
 183 ARMY TEST RANGES AND FACILITIES                                   334,468         361,468         +27,000
 184 ARMY TECHNICAL TEST INSTRUMENTATION AND TARGETS                    46,974          74,774         +27,800
 185 SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY ANALYSIS                                   35,075          35,075  ..............
 186 AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION                                              3,461           3,461  ..............
 187 METEOROLOGICAL SUPPORT TO RDT&E ACTIVITIES                          6,233           6,233  ..............
 188 MATERIEL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS                                          21,342          21,342  ..............
 189 EXPLOITATION OF FOREIGN ITEMS                                      11,168          11,168  ..............
 190 SUPPORT OF OPERATIONAL TESTING                                     52,723          52,723  ..............
 191 ARMY EVALUATION CENTER                                             60,815          60,815  ..............
 192 ARMY MODELING AND SIMULATION X-CMD COLLABORATION AND                2,527           2,527  ..............
      INTEG
 193 PROGRAMWIDE ACTIVITIES                                             58,175          58,175  ..............
 194 TECHNICAL INFORMATION ACTIVITIES                                   25,060          25,060  ..............
 195 MUNITIONS STANDARDIZATION, EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY                44,458          49,458          +5,000
 196 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY MGMT SUPPORT                       4,681           4,681  ..............
 197 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)                 53,820          53,820  ..............
 198 MILITARY GROUND-BASED CREW TECHNOLOGY                               4,291           2,141          -2,150
 199 RONALD REAGAN BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TEST SITE                  62,069          62,069  ..............
 200 COUNTERINTEL AND HUMAN INTEL MODERNIZATION                          1,050           1,050  ..............
 201 ASSESSMENTS AND EVALUATIONS CYBER VULNERABILITIES                   4,500           4,500  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                           1,286,625       1,413,275        +126,650
 
     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
 204 MLRS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                   22,877          19,877          -3,000
 206 ANTI-TAMPER TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                                      8,491           8,491  ..............
 207 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                 15,645          15,645  ..............
 209 LONG RANGE PRECISION FIRES [LRPF]                                 164,182         164,182  ..............
 211 BLACKHAWK RECAP/MODERNIZATION                                      13,039          13,039  ..............
 212 CHINOOK HELICOPTER PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                    174,371         168,171          -6,200
 213 FIXED WING AIRCRAFT                                                 4,545  ..............          -4,545
 214 IMPROVED TURBINE ENGINE PROGRAM                                   206,434         206,434  ..............
 216 AVIATION ROCKET SYSTEM PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT AND                     24,221          21,130          -3,091
      DEVELOPMENT
 217 UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS                        32,016          18,132         -13,884
 218 APACHE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT                                           5,448           5,448  ..............
 219 ARMY OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                               49,526          45,026          -4,500
 220 FAMILY OF BIOMETRICS                                                1,702           1,702  ..............
 221 PATRIOT PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT                                        96,430          63,630         -32,800
 222 JOINT AUTOMATED DEEP OPERATION COORDINATION SYSTEM                 47,398          47,398  ..............
 223 COMBAT VEHICLE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                               334,463         306,044         -28,419
 225 155MM SELF-PROPELLED HOWITZER IMPROVEMENTS                        214,246         199,274         -14,972
 226 AIRCRAFT MODIFICATIONS/PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS                16,486          13,778          -2,708
 227 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                         144             144  ..............
 228 DIGITIZATION                                                        5,270           5,270  ..............
 229 MISSILE/AIR DEFENSE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                     1,287           1,287  ..............
 234 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY--OPERATIONAL SYSTEM                  732          10,000          +9,268
 235 LOWER TIER AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE [AMD] SYSTEM                   107,746          99,746          -8,000
 236 GUIDED MULTIPLE-LAUNCH ROCKET SYSTEM [GMLRS]                      138,594         127,294         -11,300
 238 SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES                               13,845          13,845  ..............
 239 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                               29,185          25,710          -3,475
 240 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                       68,976          48,376         -20,600
 241 WWMCCS/GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                            2,073           2,073  ..............
 245 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE [IBS]                                    459             459  ..............
 246 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                                   5,097           5,097  ..............
 247 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                    11,177          11,177  ..............
 248 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEMS                          38,121          28,821          -9,300
 250 RQ-11 UAV                                                           3,218           3,218  ..............
 251 RQ-7 UAV                                                            7,817           7,817  ..............
 252 BIOMETRICS ENABLED INTELLIGENCE                                     2,000           2,000  ..............
 253 END ITEM INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES                        59,848          98,348         +38,500
 254 SATCOM GROUND ENVIRONMENT (SPACE)                                  34,169          34,169  ..............
 255 JOINT TACTICAL GROUND SYSTEM                                       10,275           7,677          -2,598
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    1,971,553       1,849,929        -121,624
 
9999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                 7,273           7,273  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, ARMY          12,192,771      12,412,845        +220,074
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2020 budget       Committee       Change from
 Line                           Item                               estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
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    2 Defense Research Sciences                                      297,976          391,976          +94,000
          Basic research program increase                    ...............  ...............          +50,000
          Program increase: Advanced hemostat products       ...............  ...............          +15,000
          Program increase: Multi-fuel ignition, chemistry   ...............  ...............           +9,000
           and control strategies for unmanned aircraft
           systems hybrid propulsion
          Program increase: Transmission electron            ...............  ...............          +20,000
           microscope
    4 University and Industry Research Centers                        86,164          114,164          +28,000
          Program increase: Army artificial intelligence     ...............  ...............           +6,000
           innovation institute
          Program increase: Materials in extreme dynamic     ...............  ...............           +5,000
           environments
          Program increase: Catalyst                         ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Program increase: Autonomous vehicles mobility     ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: University assisted              ...............  ...............           +2,000
           hypervelocity testing
   10 Lethality Technology                                            26,961           61,961          +35,000
          Program increase: Multimission medium range        ...............  ...............          +20,000
           railgun weapon system
          Program increase: Mobile environment contaminant   ...............  ...............           +5,000
           sensors
          Program increase: Hybrid additive manufacturing    ...............  ...............          +10,000
   12 Soldier Lethality Technology                                   115,274          137,774          +22,500
          Program increase: Active and passive camouflage,   ...............  ...............           +3,000
           concealment and deception
          Program increase: Human systems integration        ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Program increase: Expeditionary mobile base camp   ...............  ...............           +5,000
           technology
          Program increase: Harnessing emerging research     ...............  ...............           +4,500
           opportunities to empower soldiers
   13 Ground Technology                                               35,199          137,699         +102,500
          Program increase: Materials manufacturing          ...............  ...............          +10,000
           processes
          Program increase: Highly durable advanced          ...............  ...............           +8,000
           polymers for lightweight armor
          Program increase: Cellulose nanocomposites         ...............  ...............          +10,000
           research
          Program increase: Countermine program              ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: Materials research               ...............  ...............          +17,500
          Program increase: Additive manufacturing and       ...............  ...............          +15,000
           materials processing
          Program increase: Cold weather military research   ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Program increase: Environmentally friendly         ...............  ...............           +5,000
           coatings technology
          Program increase: Sensing technologies for rapid   ...............  ...............           +4,000
           hazard detection
          Program increase: Cold spray technologies          ...............  ...............          +15,000
          Program increase: Center for research in extreme   ...............  ...............          +10,000
           batteries
   14 Next Generation Combat Vehicle Technology                      219,047          245,047          +26,000
          Program increase: Structural thermoplastics        ...............  ...............           +6,000
          Program increase: Advanced materials development   ...............  ...............          +10,000
           for survivability
          Program increase: Autonomous vehicle mobility      ...............  ...............          +10,000
   15 Network C3I Technology                                         114,516          140,016          +25,500
          Program increase: Radioisotope power systems       ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: Anti-tamper technology           ...............  ...............          +15,000
           development
          Program increase: Next generation synthetic        ...............  ...............           +5,500
           aperture radar
   16 Long Range Precision Fires Technology                           74,327          127,327          +53,000
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............          +20,000
          Program increase: Composite tube and propulsion    ...............  ...............          +20,000
           prototyping
          Program increase: Novel printed armament           ...............  ...............          +13,000
           components
   17 Future Vertical Lift Technology                                 93,601           95,359           +1,758
          Restoring acquisition accountability: AI5 Next     ...............  ...............           -9,242
           gen tactical UAS demo canceled
          Program increase: Rotary wing adaptive flight      ...............  ...............           +6,000
           control technology
          Program increase: Technology transfer and          ...............  ...............           +5,000
           innovation
   18 Air and Missile Defense Technology                              50,771           90,771          +40,000
          Program increase: COE in high-energy laser and     ...............  ...............           +5,000
           optical technology
          Program increase: Cybersecurity and supply chain   ...............  ...............          +15,000
           risk management
          Program increase: High-energy laser hardware in    ...............  ...............          +20,000
           the loop lab
   40 Medical Technology                                              99,155          101,155           +2,000
          Program increase: Safety and performance of        ...............  ...............           +2,000
           female warfighters in extreme heat
   42 Medical Advanced Technology                                     42,030           52,030          +10,000
          Program increase: Peer-reviewed military burn      ...............  ...............          +10,000
           research
   50 Army Advanced Technology Development                            63,338           66,338           +3,000
          Program increase: Sensor and wireless              ...............  ...............           +3,000
           communications denial capabilities
   51 Soldier Lethality Advanced Technology                          118,468          129,468          +11,000
          Program increase: Rapid safe advanced materials    ...............  ...............           +6,000
          Program increase: Multi-spectral sensor            ...............  ...............           +5,000
           mitigation
   52 Ground Advanced Technology                                      12,593          152,793         +140,200
          Program increase: Lead-acid battery life           ...............  ...............          +10,000
           extension
          Program increase: Anticipating threats to natural  ...............  ...............           +6,000
           systems
          Program increase: Robotic construction equipment   ...............  ...............           +9,700
          Program increase: Terrain conditions forecasting   ...............  ...............           +6,000
          Program increase: Environmental sensors for        ...............  ...............           +3,000
           explosives
          Program increase: Robotic 4-D printing of          ...............  ...............           +2,000
           geopolymer-based composites
          Program increase: Waste to energy disposal         ...............  ...............           +3,000
          Program increase: Advanced polymer development     ...............  ...............           +4,500
           for force protection
          Program increase: Micrometeorological-soil         ...............  ...............           +2,000
           synthetic test environment
          Program increase: Partnership and technology       ...............  ...............           +5,000
           transfer
          Program increase: Sensor systems for underground   ...............  ...............           +5,000
           detection
          Program increase: UAS mounted hostile threat       ...............  ...............           +5,000
           detection
          Program increase: Electrical system safety and     ...............  ...............           +2,000
           reliability
          Program increase: Infrastructure sustainment       ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Program increase: Army visual and tactical arctic  ...............  ...............           +2,000
           reconnaissance
          Program increase: Heavy load simulator             ...............  ...............           +6,000
          Program increase: Measurement and control of       ...............  ...............           +4,000
           frozen surface properties
          Program increase: Air-drop extended range          ...............  ...............          +15,000
           munitions
          Program increase: Resilient energy systems         ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Program increase: Urban subterranean mapping       ...............  ...............           +3,000
           technology
          Program increase: Operations in permafrost         ...............  ...............           +4,000
           environment
          Program increase: Power generation technologies    ...............  ...............           +5,000
           in cold regions
          Program increase: Sensing and prediction of        ...............  ...............           +5,000
           arctic maritime coastal ice conditions
          Program increase: Thermosyphons                    ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Program increase. Materials and manufacturing      ...............  ...............           +3,500
           technology for cold environments
          Program increase: Energy technology research in    ...............  ...............           +4,000
           cold and arctic regions
          Program increase: Research facility modernization  ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Program increase: Lightweight airfield matting     ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Program increase: Coastal ice sensing              ...............  ...............           +5,000
   60 High Performance Computing Modernization Program               184,755          224,755          +40,000
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............          +40,000
   61 Next Generation Combat Vehicle Advanced Technology             160,035          222,035          +62,000
          Program increase: Advanced high strength and       ...............  ...............           +3,000
           lightweight steels
          Program increase: Combat vehicle weight reduction  ...............  ...............          +20,000
           initiative
          Program increase: Virtual and physical             ...............  ...............          +10,000
           prototyping
          Program increase: HMMWV augmented reality system   ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: Health usage monitoring system   ...............  ...............           +3,000
           for HMMWV
          Program increase: HMMWV autonomy                   ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: HMMWV torque monitoring          ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Program increase: HMMWV automotive enhancements    ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Program increase: Additive manufacturing           ...............  ...............           +4,000
   62 Network C3I Advanced Technology                                106,899          133,899          +27,000
          Program increase: Sensor advanced technology       ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Program increase: Assured position, navigation,    ...............  ...............           +9,000
           and timing
          Program increase: Payload and ground segment       ...............  ...............           +8,000
           research and development for small satellite
           science and security applications
   63 Long Range Precision Fires Advanced Technology                 174,386          189,386          +15,000
          Program increase: Missile rapid demonstration      ...............  ...............          +15,000
           capability
   64 Future Vertical Lift Advanced Technology                       151,640          148,892           -2,748
          Restoring acquisition accountability: AI6 Next     ...............  ...............          -21,748
           gen tactical UAS demo canceled
          Program increase: UAV fuel systems enhancements    ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Program increase: Surface tolerant advanced        ...............  ...............           +5,000
           adhesives
          Program increase: Ferrium steels for improved      ...............  ...............           +4,000
           drive systems
          Program increase: Stretch broken composite         ...............  ...............           +8,000
           material forms
   65 Air and Missile Defense Advanced Technology                     60,613          108,613          +48,000
          Program increase: Advanced explosion resistant     ...............  ...............           +5,000
           window systems
          Program increase: Silicon carbide power            ...............  ...............           +8,000
           electronics packaging
          Program increase: Enterprise science and           ...............  ...............          +10,000
           technology demonstration prototyping
          Program increase: High-energy laser development    ...............  ...............          +25,000
           for all-terrain vehicles
   73 Army Missile Defense Systems Integration                        10,987           62,487          +51,500
          Program increase: Conventional mission             ...............  ...............           +8,000
           capabilities
          Program increase: Hypersonic advanced technology   ...............  ...............          +15,000
           testbed
          Program increase: Integrated environmental         ...............  ...............          +16,000
           control and power
          Program increase: Pragmatic artificial             ...............  ...............          +12,500
           intelligence and new technology laboratory
   74 Air and Missile Defense Systems Engineering                     15,148           70,148          +55,000
          Program increase: Accelerating cyber and supply    ...............  ...............          +15,000
           chain resiliency
          Program increase: Artificial intelligence and      ...............  ...............          +20,000
           machine learning
          Program increase: Joint interoperability of        ...............  ...............          +20,000
           integrated air and missile defense center
   75 Landmine Warfare and Barrier--Adv Dev                           92,915           66,215          -26,700
          Restoring acquisition accountability: EK7 Area     ...............  ...............          -26,700
           denial capability development contract delay
   77 Tank and Medium Caliber Ammunition                              82,146           77,696           -4,450
          Restoring acquisition accountability: FG1 C-DAEM   ...............  ...............           -4,450
           concurrency
   78 Armored System Modernization--Adv Dev                          157,656          129,756          -27,900
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............          -25,900
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Powertrain   ...............  ...............           -2,000
           maturation efforts duplication
   80 Tactical Electronic Surveillance System--Adv Dev                34,890           27,490           -7,400
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Advanced     ...............  ...............           -7,400
           miniaturized data acquisition system contract
           delay
   81 Night Vision Systems Advanced Development                      251,011          222,791          -28,220
          Restoring acquisition accountability: BQ5          ...............  ...............           -5,220
           Capability set 3 unit cost growth
          Improving funds management: BQ5 Funding carryover  ...............  ...............          -21,500
          Improving funds management: VT7 soldier maneuver   ...............  ...............           -1,500
           sensors prior year carryover
   82 Environmental Quality Technology--Dem/Val                       15,132           19,561           +4,429
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -3,571
          Program increase: Biopolymers for military         ...............  ...............           +3,000
           infrastructure
          Program increase: Protective coatings              ...............  ...............           +5,000
   84 Aviation--Adv Dev                                              459,290          447,940          -11,350
          Restoring acquisition accountability: FARA excess  ...............  ...............          -71,250
           growth
          Improving funds management: FARA excess funding    ...............  ...............          -20,700
           for unawarded sixth vendor
          Program increase: Future long-range assault        ...............  ...............          +75,600
           aircraft
          Program increase: University partnerships          ...............  ...............           +5,000
   86 Medical Systems--Adv Dev                                        31,175           36,175           +5,000
          Program increase: Transport telemedicine           ...............  ...............           +5,000
           technology
   88 Robotics Development                                           115,222           68,601          -46,621
          Restoring acquisition accountability: RCV phase 2  ...............  ...............          -15,780
           excess growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: RCV phase 2  ...............  ...............           -3,726
           test funding ahead of need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: RCV phase 3  ...............  ...............          -27,115
           funding ahead of need
   90 Electronic Warfare Technology Maturation [MIP]                  18,043           27,043           +9,000
          Program increase: Counter drone RF-signal based    ...............  ...............           +9,000
           targeting
   92 Future Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System [FTUAS]                40,745           17,745          -23,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Air          ...............  ...............          -15,000
           Launched Effects funding early to need
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Multi        ...............  ...............           -8,000
           Domain Task Force UAS demo delay
   93 Lower Tier Air Missile Defense [LTAMD] Sensor                  427,772          379,772          -48,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Funds        ...............  ...............          -48,000
           excess to requirement
   94 Technology Maturation Initiatives                              196,676          194,676           -2,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: AX6          ...............  ...............           -2,000
           Validation of APS layered protection funding
           ahead of need
   95 Maneuver--Short Range Air Defense (M-SHORAD)                    33,100           35,400           +2,300
          Transfer from title IX                             ...............  ...............           +6,000
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -3,700
           due to test delay
   97 Army Advanced Component Development & Prototyping              115,116          112,806           -2,310
          Classified adjustment                              ...............  ...............           -2,310
   99 Synthetic Training Environment Refinement &                    136,761           57,121          -79,640
       Prototyping
          Improving funds management: SD6 Synthetic          ...............  ...............          -20,000
           training environment prior year carryover
          Restoring acquisition accountability: SV1 Soldier/ ...............  ...............          -59,640
           squad virtual trainer funds excess to life cycle
           cost estimate
  100 Hypersonics                                                    228,000          378,610         +150,610
          Program increase                                   ...............  ...............         +130,610
          Program increase: Hypersonic and strategic         ...............  ...............          +20,000
           materials and structures center of excellence
  102 Future Interceptor                                               8,000            4,000           -4,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Funds        ...............  ...............           -4,000
           excess to requirement
  103 Unified Network Transport                                       39,600           29,700           -9,900
          Improving funds management: Funds excess to        ...............  ...............           -9,900
           requirement
  104 Mobile Medium Range Missile                                     20,000           10,000          -10,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Funds        ...............  ...............          -10,000
           excess to requirement
  106 Cyberspace Operations Forces and Force Support                  52,102           42,202           -9,900
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -9,900
  107 Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing [PNT]               192,562          136,110          -56,452
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Pseudolites  ...............  ...............          -42,452
           project terminated
          Improving funds management: Excess growth          ...............  ...............          -14,000
  109 Aircraft Avionics                                               29,164            8,414          -20,750
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Degraded     ...............  ...............          -14,500
           visual environment lack of strategy
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -6,250
  110 Electronic Warfare Development                                  70,539           57,539          -13,000
          mproving funds management: MFEW Phase II excess    ...............  ...............          -13,000
           funding
  113 Infantry Support Weapons                                       106,121           80,279          -25,842
          Restoring acquisition accountability: FF2 Small    ...............  ...............          -12,163
           Arms Fire Control legacy weapons excess funding
          Restoring acquisition accountability: S63 excess   ...............  ...............           -4,379
           new weapons systems development funding
          Restoring acquisition accountability: S64 CROWS    ...............  ...............           -9,300
           funding excess
  114 Medium Tactical Vehicles                                         2,152  ...............           -2,152
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -2,152
  115 JAVELIN                                                         17,897           14,997           -2,900
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Lightweight  ...............  ...............           -2,900
           CLU delays
  116 Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicles                               16,745           13,125           -3,620
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -3,620
  117 Air Traffic Control                                              6,989            5,781           -1,208
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -1,208
  118 Light Tactical Wheeled Vehicles                                 10,465            2,965           -7,500
          Restoring acquisition accountability: HMMWV UAH    ...............  ...............           -7,500
           recapitalization unjustified
  119 Armored Systems Modernization (ASM)--Eng Dev                   310,152          301,324           -8,828
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Training     ...............  ...............           -6,468
           aids and devices development ahead of need
          Improving funds management: Program management     ...............  ...............           -2,360
           carryover
  120 Night Vision Systems--Eng Dev                                  181,732          156,537          -25,195
          Restoring acquisition accountability: BQ6 Excess   ...............  ...............           -4,500
           test funding
          Improving funds management: BQ6 Funding carryover  ...............  ...............          -11,300
          Restoring acquisition accountability: L67          ...............  ...............           -5,000
           Enhanced Night Vision Goggle contract delay
          Restoring acquisition accountability: L76          ...............  ...............           -2,995
           Lightweight Laser Designator Range Finder
           development funding excess to need
          Improving funds management: L79 Joint Effects      ...............  ...............           -1,400
           Targeting Systems prior year carryover
  122 Non-System Training Devices--Eng Dev                            27,412           35,412           +8,000
          Program increase: RF threat emitters for Army      ...............  ...............           +8,000
           combat training centers
  123 Air Defense Command, Control and Intelligence--Eng              43,502           23,502          -20,000
       Dev
          Restoring acquisition accountability: ALPS lack    ...............  ...............          -20,000
           of strategy
  130 Weapons and Munitions--Eng Dev                                 181,023          163,701          -17,322
          Restoring acquisition accountability: S36          ...............  ...............          -12,850
           Precision guidance kit EMD delay
          Restoring acquisition accountability: EU6 XM1113   ...............  ...............           -4,472
           EMD delay
  131 Logistics and Engineer Equipment--Eng Dev                      103,226          100,826           -2,400
          Restoring acquisition accountability: EJ9          ...............  ...............           -7,400
           Maneuver support vessel light EMD delay
          Restoring acquisition accountability: HO2          ...............  ...............           -5,000
           Tactical bridging delays
          Program increase: Mobile camouflage net systems    ...............  ...............          +10,000
  135 Army Tactical Command & Control Hardware & Software            140,637          143,974           +3,337
          Improving funds management: EJ5 Mounted computing  ...............  ...............           -2,200
           environment prior year carryover
          Improving funds management: EJ6 Tactical           ...............  ...............           -1,853
           enhancement prior year carryover
          Restoring acquisition accountability: ER9 Command  ...............  ...............           -6,610
           post integrated infrastructure contract delay
          Program increase: Ultra-mobile remote ground       ...............  ...............          +14,000
           terminal
  136 Radar Development                                              105,243           95,720           -9,523
          Improving funds management: Excess A4 growth and   ...............  ...............           -9,523
           prior year carryover
  137 General Fund Enterprise Business System [GFEBS]                 46,683           42,883           -3,800
          Improving funds management: GFEBS prior year       ...............  ...............           -3,800
           carryover
  140 Suite of Survivability Enhancement Systems--EMD                 98,698           85,198          -13,500
          Restoring acquisition accountability: FE8 Laser    ...............  ...............           -5,000
           warning receiver efforts delayed
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Abrams V3    ...............  ...............           -5,000
           test funding excess
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Bradley      ...............  ...............           -8,500
           delays
          Program increase: Radar sensor technology          ...............  ...............           +5,000
  142 Information Technology Development                             126,537           55,689          -70,848
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Accessions   ...............  ...............          -15,000
           information environment contract delay
          Restoring acquisition accountability: HRC          ...............  ...............           -3,848
           Accessioning IT unjustified request
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Army         ...............  ...............          -30,000
           training information system unjustified growth
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............          -22,000
  143 Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army (IPPS-A)              142,773           92,073          -50,700
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............          -24,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Program      ...............  ...............          -26,700
           delay due to change in strategy
  144 Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle [AMPV]                            96,730           83,830          -12,900
          Improving funds management: EMD carryover          ...............  ...............           -8,300
          Improving funds management: Program management     ...............  ...............           -4,600
           excess
  151 Common Infrared Countermeasures [CIRCM]                         34,488           23,179          -11,309
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Prototype    ...............  ...............           -9,010
           manufacturing and S&T funding excess
          Improving funds management: Test funding           ...............  ...............           -2,299
           carryover
  155 Defensive CYBER Tool Development                                62,262           45,662          -16,600
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Contract     ...............  ...............          -10,000
           delays
          Improving funds management: Excess growth          ...............  ...............           -6,600
  156 Tactical Network Radio Systems (Low-Tier)                       35,654           29,254           -6,400
          Improving funds management: Excess growth          ...............  ...............           -6,400
  157 Contract Writing System                                         19,682           17,082           -2,600
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -2,600
  159 Aircraft Survivability Development                              64,557           55,057           -9,500
          Restoring acquisition accountability: ER7 program  ...............  ...............           -9,500
           delay
  160 Indirect Fire Protection Capability Inc 2--Block 1             243,228          236,428           -6,800
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Funds        ...............  ...............           -6,800
           excess to requirement
  161 Ground Robotics                                                 41,308           26,104          -15,204
          Restoring acquisition accountability: FB4 Common   ...............  ...............           -2,400
           robotic system testing previously funded
          Improving funds management: FB6 SMET excess to     ...............  ...............          -12,804
           requirement
  162 Emerging Technology Initiatives                                 45,896           12,996          -32,900
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Optical      ...............  ...............           -2,100
           augmentation program canceled
          Insufficient budget justification: Unjustified     ...............  ...............          -20,800
           request
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Program      ...............  ...............          -10,000
           management excess
  165 Joint Air-to-Ground Missile [JAGM]                               9,500            6,585           -2,915
          Improving funds management: Funds excess to        ...............  ...............           -2,915
           requirement
  166 Army Integrated Air and Missile Defense [AIAMD]                208,938          223,638          +14,700
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............          -15,300
           due to test delays
          Program increase: Accelerated integration to       ...............  ...............          +30,000
           counter emerging threats
  167 Manned Ground Vehicle                                          378,400          319,864          -58,536
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Excess       ...............  ...............          -82,250
           funding ahead of finalized acquisition strategy
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Program      ...............  ...............          -15,964
           management excess
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Test         ...............  ...............           -7,822
           funding ahead of need
          Program increase: XM-913 systems                   ...............  ...............          +40,000
          Program increase: Tactical communications          ...............  ...............           +7,500
  169 Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) Engineering and              2,732            7,232           +4,500
       Manufacturing Development Ph
          Transfer: Army-requested transfer from OPA line 6  ...............  ...............           +4,500
  174 Electronic Warfare Development                                  19,675           15,232           -4,443
          Improving funds management: Excess growth          ...............  ...............           -4,443
  176 Threat Simulator Development                                    14,117           59,117          +45,000
          Program increase: Cyber threat and vulnerability   ...............  ...............          +20,000
           assessments
          Program increase: Cyber threat simulation          ...............  ...............           +3,000
           enhancement initiative
          Program increase: Cybersecurity operations center  ...............  ...............          +22,000
  177 Target Systems Development                                       8,327           28,327          +20,000
          Program increase: UAS swarm threat and mitigation  ...............  ...............          +20,000
  178 Major T&E Investment                                           136,565          146,565          +10,000
          Program increase: High-powered microwave test and  ...............  ...............          +10,000
           evaluation assets
  181 Concepts Experimentation Program                                42,922           36,922           -6,000
          Improving funds management: Excess growth          ...............  ...............           -6,000
  183 Army Test Ranges and Facilities                                334,468          361,468          +27,000
          Program increase: Distributed environment for      ...............  ...............          +25,000
           system-of-system cybersecurity testing
          Program increase: Soil research for Army training  ...............  ...............           +2,000
           ranges
  184 Army Technical Test Instrumentation and Targets                 46,974           74,774          +27,800
          Program increase: Cybersecurity of space and       ...............  ...............          +24,500
           missile defense assets
          Program increase: Expandable rotorcraft            ...............  ...............           +3,300
           diagnostics
  195 Munitions Standardization, Effectiveness and Safety             44,458           49,458           +5,000
          Program increase: X-ray technologies               ...............  ...............           +5,000
  198 Military Ground-Based CREW Technology                            4,291            2,141           -2,150
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -2,150
  204 MLRS Product Improvement Program                                22,877           19,877           -3,000
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -3,000
  212 Chinook Product Improvement Program                            174,371          168,171           -6,200
          Restoring acquisition accountability: EMD          ...............  ...............          -10,000
           unjustified growth
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Program      ...............  ...............           -2,700
           excess
          Program increase: Block II lightweight             ...............  ...............           +6,500
           improvements
  213 Fixed Wing Product Improvement Program                           4,545  ...............           -4,545
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -4,545
  216 Aviation Rocket System Product Improvement and                  24,221           21,130           -3,091
       Development
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -3,091
  217 Unmanned Aircraft System Universal Products                     32,016           18,132          -13,884
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............          -13,884
  219 Army Operational Systems Development                            49,526           45,026           -4,500
          Classified adjustment                              ...............  ...............           -4,500
  221 Patriot Product Improvement                                     96,430           63,630          -32,800
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Excess       ...............  ...............          -32,800
           growth
  223 Combat Vehicle Improvement Programs                            334,463          306,044          -28,419
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Bradley      ...............  ...............          -12,292
           improvements excess funding
          Improving funds management: Bradley test funding   ...............  ...............           -3,215
           carryover
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Stryker      ...............  ...............          -10,200
           ECP2 carryover
          Improving funds management: Stryker program        ...............  ...............           -2,712
           management carryover
  225 155mm Self-Propelled Howitzer Improvements                     214,246          199,274          -14,972
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Funding      ...............  ...............           -4,972
           excess to requirement
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............          -10,000
  226 Aircraft Modifications/Product Improvement Programs             16,486           13,778           -2,708
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -2,708
  234 Environmental Quality Technology--Operational System               732           10,000           +9,268
       Dev
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............             -732
          Program increase: Securing the availability of     ...............  ...............          +10,000
           green, enhanced coatings
  235 Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense [AMD] System                107,746           99,746           -8,000
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -8,000
  236 Guided Multiple-Launch Rocket System [GMLRS]                   138,594          127,294          -11,300
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Extended     ...............  ...............          -11,300
           range development contract delay
  239 Information Systems Security Program                            29,185           25,710           -3,475
          Restoring acquisition accountability: DV4 Next     ...............  ...............           -1,500
           generation load device funding ahead of need
          Improving funds management: DV5 Crypto             ...............  ...............           -1,975
           modernization prior year carryover
  240 Global Combat Support System                                    68,976           48,376          -20,600
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Inc 2        ...............  ...............          -14,100
           contract delays
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Inc 2 test   ...............  ...............           -6,500
           funding ahead of need
  248 Distributed Common Ground/Surface Systems                       38,121           28,821           -9,300
          Restoring acquisition accountability: CD2          ...............  ...............           -6,300
           contract delay
          Improving funds management: Test funding excess    ...............  ...............           -3,000
           growth
  253 End Item Industrial Preparedness Activities                     59,848           98,348          +38,500
          Program increase: Power take-off hybridization     ...............  ...............           +7,000
          Program increase: Tungsten manufacturing           ...............  ...............          +10,000
           affordability initiative for armaments
          Program increase: Manufacturing technology         ...............  ...............           +5,000
           program
          Program increase: Transparent armor                ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Program increase: Nanoscale materials              ...............  ...............          +12,500
           manufacturing
  255 Joint Tactical Ground System                                    10,275            7,677           -2,598
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover   ...............  ...............           -2,598
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    Improved Turbine Engine Program.--The Committee understands 
that the Army is pursuing an Improved Turbine Engine Program 
[ITEP] that will deliver a next generation turbo-shaft engine 
for Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft [FARA] as well as 
current Black Hawk (H-60) and Apache (AH-64E) helicopter 
fleets. From its inception in fiscal year 2016, the ITEP 
program has experienced multiple delays, most recently a 1 
month delay on the Engineering, Manufacturing, and Development 
contract followed by a 3 month delay due to a contract protest. 
The Committee understands that these delays have slowed the 
execution of funds and made a portion of the fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request excess to need. However, the 
Committee also understands the importance of timing in ITEP 
development to ensure engines are available in fiscal year 2022 
to meet the FARA flight test schedule. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends fully funding the fiscal year 2020 budget request 
and encourages the Army to maintain its current program 
schedule despite previous delays.
    Medical Simulation Training.--The Committee supports 
development and expanded use of next generation, simulation-
based medical training, which can improve readiness while 
reducing cost and increasing flexibility of where and when 
training is delivered. The Committee encourages the Army to 
make continued investments in the development and efficacy 
analysis of medical simulation training, tools, technologies, 
and techniques.
    Carbon Fiber and Graphite Foam Technology.--The Committee 
understands that low-cost mesophase pitch carbon fiber and 
graphitic carbon foam components may reduce vehicle weight and 
fuel consumption, increase payload capacity, extend service 
life, reduce vehicle signatures, improve survivability, and 
utilize additive manufacturing technology to reduce cost in the 
Next Generation Combat Vehicle program and encourages the Army 
to continue efforts in this area.
    Hostile Environment Outerwear.--As the Department continues 
operations in hostile environments, the Committee believes that 
improving the clothing of soldiers is a necessity. The 
Committee encourages the Army to rapidly develop superior cold 
weather and Arctic clothing for soldiers, expedite the 
evaluation and integration of technologies and prototype 
systems from the laboratory to operational use, and integrate 
fabrics that reduce weight and increase mobility and comfort in 
combat. This should include hand wear, footwear, and cold/wet 
protective clothing systems.

            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $18,510,564,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  20,270,499,000
Committee recommendation................................  19,818,218,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$19,818,218,000. This is $452,281,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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              RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, NAVY
 
     BASIC RESEARCH
   1 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                   116,850         137,850         +21,000
   2 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH                           19,121          19,121  ..............
   3 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                         470,007         525,507         +55,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       605,978         682,478         +76,500
 
     APPLIED RESEARCH
   4 POWER PROJECTION APPLIED RESEARCH                                  18,546          52,546         +34,000
   5 FORCE PROTECTION APPLIED RESEARCH                                 119,517         202,517         +83,000
   6 MARINE CORPS LANDING FORCE TECHNOLOGY                              56,604          64,104          +7,500
   7 COMMON PICTURE APPLIED RESEARCH                                    49,297          49,297  ..............
   8 WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT APPLIED RESEARCH                            63,825          86,825         +23,000
   9 ELECTROMAGNETIC SYSTEMS APPLIED RESEARCH                           83,497          88,497          +5,000
  10 OCEAN WARFIGHTING ENVIRONMENT APPLIED RESEARCH                     63,894          82,082         +18,188
  11 JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS APPLIED RESEARCH                           6,346           6,346  ..............
  12 UNDERSEA WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH                                  57,075          93,075         +36,000
  13 FUTURE NAVAL CAPABILITIES APPLIED RESEARCH                        154,755         156,195          +1,440
  14 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH                    36,074          48,074         +12,000
  15 INNOVATIVE NAVAL PROTOTYPES [INP] APPLIED RESEARCH                153,062         165,385         +12,323
  16 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT--ONR HEADQUARTERS                73,961          73,961  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                     936,453       1,168,904        +232,451
 
     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  17 FORCE PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                               35,286          35,286  ..............
  18 ELECTROMAGNETIC SYSTEMS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                         9,499           9,499  ..............
  19 MARINE CORPS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION [ATD]              172,847         197,347         +24,500
  20 JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                    13,307          13,307  ..............
  21 FUTURE NAVAL CAPABILITIES ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEV                 231,907         233,107          +1,200
  22 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                                   60,138          65,138          +5,000
  23 WARFIGHTER PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                           4,849           9,849          +5,000
  25 NAVY WARFIGHTING EXPERIMENTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS                    67,739          67,739  ..............
  26 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                 13,335          13,335  ..............
  27 INNOVATIVE NAVAL PROTOTYPES [INP] ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY             133,303         136,003          +2,700
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                      742,210         780,610         +38,400
 
     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
  28 AIR/OCEAN TACTICAL APPLICATIONS                                    32,643          42,643         +10,000
  29 AVIATION SURVIVABILITY                                             11,919          11,919  ..............
  30 AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS                                                    1,473           1,473  ..............
  31 ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                             7,172           7,172  ..............
  32 TACTICAL AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE                                    3,419           3,419  ..............
  33 ADVANCED COMBAT SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY                                 64,694          61,144          -3,550
  34 SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER MINE COUNTERMEASURES                    507,000         148,600        -358,400
  35 SURFACE SHIP TORPEDO DEFENSE                                       15,800           7,242          -8,558
  36 CARRIER SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                         4,997           4,997  ..............
  37 PILOT FISH                                                        291,148         186,328        -104,820
  38 RETRACT LARCH                                                      11,980          11,980  ..............
  39 RETRACT JUNIPER                                                   129,163         129,163  ..............
  40 RADIOLOGICAL CONTROL                                                  689             689  ..............
  41 SURFACE ASW                                                         1,137           1,137  ..............
  42 ADVANCED SUBMARINE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT                             148,756         116,604         -32,152
  43 SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEMS                                 11,192          11,192  ..............
  44 SHIP CONCEPT ADVANCED DESIGN                                       81,846          81,846  ..............
  45 SHIP PRELIMINARY DESIGN & FEASIBILITY STUDIES                      69,084          22,534         -46,550
  46 ADVANCED NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS                                    181,652         181,652  ..............
  47 ADVANCED SURFACE MACHINERY SYSTEMS                                 25,408         157,408        +132,000
  48 CHALK EAGLE                                                        64,877          64,877  ..............
  49 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP [LCS]                                          9,934          16,934          +7,000
  50 COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION                                          17,251          17,251  ..............
  51 OHIO REPLACEMENT PROGRAM                                          419,051         434,051         +15,000
  52 LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP [LCS] MISSION MODULES                        108,505         108,505  ..............
  53 AUTOMATED TEST AND RE-TEST                                          7,653           7,653  ..............
  54 FRIGATE DEVELOPMENT                                                59,007          59,007  ..............
  55 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS                                              9,988           9,988  ..............
  56 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORT SYSTEM                          86,464          70,264         -16,200
  57 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                       33,478          33,478  ..............
  58 OCEAN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                            5,619           5,619  ..............
  59 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION                                           20,564          20,564  ..............
  60 NAVY ENERGY PROGRAM                                                26,514          43,014         +16,500
  61 FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT                                              3,440           3,440  ..............
  62 CHALK CORAL                                                       346,800         310,400         -36,400
  63 NAVY LOGISTIC PRODUCTIVITY                                          3,857           3,857  ..............
  64 RETRACT MAPLE                                                     258,519         192,019         -66,500
  65 LINK PLUMERIA                                                     403,909         396,509          -7,400
  66 RETRACT ELM                                                        63,434          63,434  ..............
  67 LINK EVERGREEN                                                    184,110         184,110  ..............
  68 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                       7,697           7,697  ..............
  69 LAND ATTACK TECHNOLOGY                                              9,086           5,900          -3,186
  70 JOINT NONLETHAL WEAPONS TESTING                                    28,466          28,466  ..............
  71 JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEMS                       51,341          51,341  ..............
  72 DIRECTED ENERGY AND ELECTRIC WEAPON SYSTEMS                       118,169         118,169  ..............
  73 F/A-18 INFRARED SEARCH AND TRACK [IRST]                           113,456         113,456  ..............
  74 DIGITAL WARFARE OFFICE                                             50,120          40,120         -10,000
  75 SMALL AND MEDIUM UNMANNED UNDERSEA VEHICLES                        32,527          29,077          -3,450
  76 UNMANNED UNDERSEA VEHICLE CORE TECHNOLOGIES                        54,376          54,376  ..............
  77 RAPID PROTOTYPING, EXPERIMENTATION AND DEMONSTRATION               36,197          36,197  ..............
  78 LARGE UNMANNED UNDERSEA VEHICLES                                   68,310          68,310  ..............
  79 GERALD R. FORD CLASS NUCLEAR AIRCRAFT CARRIER                     121,310         114,756          -6,554
  80 LITTORAL AIRBORNE MCM                                              17,248          17,248  ..............
  81 SURFACE MINE COUNTERMEASURES                                       18,735          18,735  ..............
  82 TACTICAL AIR DIRECTIONAL INFRARED COUNTERMEASURES                  68,346          68,346  ..............
  84 NEXT GENERATION LOGISTICS                                           4,420          14,420         +10,000
  85 RAPID TECHNOLOGY CAPABILITY PROTOTYPE                               4,558           4,558  ..............
  86 LX (R)                                                             12,500          12,500  ..............
  87 ADVANCED UNDERSEA PROTOTYPING                                     181,967         201,967         +20,000
  88 COUNTER UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS [C-UAS]                           5,500           3,100          -2,400
  89 PRECISION STRIKE WEAPONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM                      718,148         688,148         -30,000
  90 SPACE & ELECTRONIC WARFARE [SEW] ARCHITECTURE/ENGINE                5,263           5,263  ..............
  91 OFFENSIVE ANTI-SURFACE WARFARE WEAPON DEVELOPMENT                  65,419         115,419         +50,000
  92 ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT--MIP                                        9,991           9,991  ..............
  93 ADVANCED TACTICAL UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM                         21,157          45,407         +24,250
  95 ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT--MIP                                   609             609  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         5,559,062       5,107,692        -451,370
 
     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
  96 TRAINING SYSTEM AIRCRAFT                                           15,514          15,514  ..............
  97 OTHER HELO DEVELOPMENT                                             28,835          38,835         +10,000
  98 AV-8B AIRCRAFT--ENG DEV                                            27,441          27,441  ..............
 100 STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT                                               3,642           3,642  ..............
 101 MULTI-MISSION HELICOPTER UPGRADE DEVELOPMENT                       19,196          19,196  ..............
 104 WARFARE SUPPORT SYSTEM                                              8,601           8,601  ..............
 105 TACTICAL COMMAND SYSTEM                                            77,232          77,232  ..............
 106 ADVANCED HAWKEYE                                                  232,752         235,252          +2,500
 108 H-1 UPGRADES                                                       65,359          65,359  ..............
 109 ACOUSTIC SEARCH SENSORS                                            47,013          47,013  ..............
 110 V-22A                                                             185,105         198,455         +13,350
 111 AIR CREW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                       21,172          21,172  ..............
 112 EA-18                                                             143,585         143,585  ..............
 113 ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                    116,811         116,811  ..............
 114 EXECUTIVE HELO DEVELOPMENT                                        187,436         187,436  ..............
 116 NEXT GENERATION JAMMER [NGJ]                                      524,261         524,261  ..............
 117 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEM--NAVY [JTRS-Navy]                     192,345         192,345  ..............
 118 NEXT GENERATION JAMMER [NGJ] INCREMENT II                         111,068          90,922         -20,146
 119 SURFACE COMBATANT COMBAT SYSTEM ENGINEERING                       415,625         375,875         -39,750
 120 LPD-17 CLASS SYSTEMS INTEGRATION                                      640             640  ..............
 121 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB [SDB]                                          50,096          50,096  ..............
 122 STANDARD MISSILE IMPROVEMENTS                                     232,391         200,296         -32,095
 123 AIRBORNE MCM                                                       10,916          10,916  ..............
 124 NAVAL INTEGRATED FIRE CONTROL-COUNTER AIR SYSTEMS ENG              33,379          33,379  ..............
 125 ADVANCED ABOVE WATER SENSORS                                       34,554          34,554  ..............
 126 SSN-688 AND TRIDENT MODERNIZATION                                  84,663          84,663  ..............
 127 AIR CONTROL                                                        44,923          44,923  ..............
 128 SHIPBOARD AVIATION SYSTEMS                                         10,632          14,632          +4,000
 129 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER CONVERSION                               16,094          16,094  ..............
 130 AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE RADAR [AMDR] SYSTEM                        55,349          26,669         -28,680
 131 ADVANCED ARRESTING GEAR [AAG]                                     123,490         123,490  ..............
 132 NEW DESIGN SSN                                                    121,010         221,010        +100,000
 133 SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEM                                  62,426          62,426  ..............
 134 SHIP CONTRACT DESIGN/LIVE FIRE T&E                                 46,809          46,809  ..............
 135 NAVY TACTICAL COMPUTER RESOURCES                                    3,692           3,692  ..............
 137 MINE DEVELOPMENT                                                   28,964          76,464         +47,500
 138 LIGHTWEIGHT TORPEDO DEVELOPMENT                                   148,349          93,249         -55,100
 139 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                        8,237           8,237  ..............
 140 USMC GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORTING ARMS SYSTEMS--ENG DEV                22,000          22,000  ..............
 141 PERSONNEL, TRAINING, SIMULATION, AND HUMAN FACTORS                  5,500           5,500  ..............
 142 JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON SYSTEMS                                      18,725          18,725  ..............
 143 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (DETECT & CONTROL)                              192,603         178,603         -14,000
 144 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: HARD KILL)                             137,268         121,630         -15,638
 145 SHIP SELF DEFENSE (ENGAGE: SOFT KILL/EW)                           97,363          97,363  ..............
 146 INTELLIGENCE ENGINEERING                                           26,710          46,710         +20,000
 147 MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT                                                 8,181           8,181  ..............
 148 NAVIGATION/ID SYSTEM                                               40,755          45,755          +5,000
 149 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER [JSF]--EMD                                     1,710           1,710  ..............
 150 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER [JSF]                                          1,490           1,490  ..............
 153 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                  1,494           1,494  ..............
 154 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                384,162         267,753        -116,409
 155 ANTI-TAMPER TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                                      4,882           4,882  ..............
 156 CH-53K                                                            516,955         506,955         -10,000
 158 MISSION PLANNING                                                   75,886          75,886  ..............
 159 COMMON AVIONICS                                                    43,187          43,187  ..............
 160 SHIP TO SHORE CONNECTOR [SSC]                                       4,909          19,909         +15,000
 161 T-AO (X)                                                            1,682           1,682  ..............
 162 UNMANNED CARRIER AVIATION                                         671,258         657,098         -14,160
 163 JOINT AIR-TO-GROUND MISSILE [JAGM]                                 18,393          18,393  ..............
 165 MULTI-MISSION MARITIME AIRCRAFT [MMA]                              21,472          21,472  ..............
 166 MULTI-MISSION MARITIME AIRCRAFT [MMA] INCREMENT 3                 177,234         149,234         -28,000
 167 MARINE CORPS ASSAULT VEHICLES SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT AND DEMO          77,322          50,222         -27,100
 168 JOINT LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE [JLTV] SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT              2,105           2,105  ..............
      AND DEMO
 169 DDG-1000                                                          111,435         111,435  ..............
 172 TACTICAL CRYPTOLOGIC SYSTEMS                                      101,339         101,339  ..............
 173 CYBER OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                            26,406          26,406  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            6,332,033       6,148,305        -183,728
 
     RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
 174 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                       66,678          66,678  ..............
 175 TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                         12,027          12,027  ..............
 176 MAJOR T&E INVESTMENT                                               85,348          85,348  ..............
 178 STUDIES AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT--NAVY                                  3,908           3,908  ..............
 179 CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES                                          47,669          47,669  ..............
 180 NEXT GENERATION FIGHTER                                            20,698           5,100         -15,598
 182 TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES                                        988             988  ..............
 183 MANAGEMENT, TECHNICAL & INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT                     102,401         122,401         +20,000
 184 STRATEGIC TECHNICAL SUPPORT                                         3,742           3,742  ..............
 186 RDT&E SHIP AND AIRCRAFT SUPPORT                                    93,872          93,872  ..............
 187 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                       394,020         394,020  ..............
 188 OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION CAPABILITY                         25,145          25,145  ..............
 189 NAVY SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE [SEW] SUPPORT                    15,773          15,773  ..............
 190 SEW SURVEILLANCE/RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT                             8,402           8,402  ..............
 191 MARINE CORPS PROGRAM WIDE SUPPORT                                  37,265          37,265  ..............
 192 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS--R&D                                       39,673          39,673  ..............
 193 WARFARE INNOVATION MANAGEMENT                                      28,750          28,750  ..............
 196 INSIDER THREAT                                                      2,645           2,645  ..............
 197 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (DEPARTMENTAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIES)           1,460           1,460  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                             990,464         994,866          +4,402
 
     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
 202 HARPOON MODIFICATIONS                                               2,302           2,302  ..............
 203 F-35 C2D2                                                         422,881         358,367         -64,514
 204 F-35 C2D2                                                         383,741         325,199         -58,542
 205 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY [CEC]                           127,924         127,924  ..............
 207 STRATEGIC SUB & WEAPONS SYSTEM SUPPORT                            157,676         119,766         -37,910
 208 SSBN SECURITY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                                   43,354          43,354  ..............
 209 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                              6,815           6,815  ..............
 210 NAVY STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS                                      31,174          31,174  ..............
 211 F/A-18 SQUADRONS                                                  213,715         193,715         -20,000
 213 SURFACE SUPPORT                                                    36,389          36,389  ..............
 214 TOMAHAWK AND TOMAHAWK MISSION PLANNING CENTER [TMPC]              320,134         226,234         -93,900
 215 INTEGRATED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                                     88,382         100,382         +12,000
 216 SHIP-TOWED ARRAY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS                              14,449          14,449  ..............
 217 AMPHIBIOUS TACTICAL SUPPORT UNITS                                   6,931           6,931  ..............
 218 GROUND/AIR TASK ORIENTED RADAR                                     23,891          28,891          +5,000
 219 CONSOLIDATED TRAINING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                         129,873         129,873  ..............
 221 ELECTRONIC WARFARE [EW] READINESS SUPPORT                          82,325          82,325  ..............
 222 HARM IMPROVEMENT                                                  138,431         129,829          -8,602
 224 SURFACE ASW COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION                              29,572          29,572  ..............
 225 MK-48 ADCAP                                                        85,973          85,973  ..............
 226 AVIATION IMPROVEMENTS                                             125,461         125,461  ..............
 227 OPERATIONAL NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS                                 106,192         106,192  ..............
 228 MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                               143,317         147,707          +4,390
 229 COMMON AVIATION COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                          4,489           4,489  ..............
 230 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORTING ARMS SYSTEMS                 51,788          51,788  ..............
 231 MARINE CORPS COMBAT SERVICES SUPPORT                               37,761          45,761          +8,000
 232 USMC INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEMS (MIP)                 21,458          27,886          +6,428
 233 AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT VEHICLE                                          5,476           5,476  ..............
 234 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES                                              19,488          19,488  ..............
 235 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE [AMRAAM]                  39,029          39,029  ..............
 239 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SPACE)                                   34,344          34,344  ..............
 240 CONSOLIDATED AFLOAT NETWORK ENTERPRISE SERVICES                    22,873          22,873  ..............
 241 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                               41,853          46,353          +4,500
 243 JOINT MILITARY INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS                                8,913           8,913  ..............
 244 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                                   9,451           9,451  ..............
 245 UAS INTEGRATION AND INTEROPERABILITY                               42,315          42,315  ..............
 246 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS/SURFACE SYSTEMS                  22,042          22,042  ..............
 248 MQ-4C TRITON                                                       11,784          11,784  ..............
 249 MQ-8 UAV                                                           29,618          29,618  ..............
 250 RQ-11 UAV                                                             509             509  ..............
 251 SMALL (LEVEL 0) TACTICAL UAS [STUASL0]                             11,545          11,545  ..............
 252 RQ-21A                                                             10,914          10,914  ..............
 253 MULTI-INTELLIGENCE SENSOR DEVELOPMENT                              70,612          70,612  ..............
 254 UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS [UAS] PAYLOADS (MIP)                        3,704          10,004          +6,300
 255 RQ-4 MODERNIZATION                                                202,346         185,446         -16,900
 256 MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT                                     7,119           7,119  ..............
 257 DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)                                         38,182          48,182         +10,000
 258 MARITIME TECHNOLOGY [MARITECH]                                      6,779          26,779         +20,000
 259 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SPACE)                                   15,868          15,868  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    3,491,162       3,267,412        -223,750
 
9999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                             1,613,137       1,667,951         +54,814
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, NAVY          20,270,499      19,818,218        -452,281
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           2020 budget      Committee      Change from
Line         Item           estimate     recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 University               116,850         137,850         +21,000
      Research
      Initiatives
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          University
          research
          initiatives
         Program       ..............  ..............          +8,000
          increase:
          Advanced
          digital
          radars
         Program       ..............  ..............          +8,000
          increase:
          Aircraft
          fleet
          readiness
          and
          sustainment
   3 Defense Research         470,007         525,507         +55,500
      Sciences
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,500
          increase:
          Navy ROTC
          cybersecuri
          ty training
          program
         Basic         ..............  ..............         +50,000
          research
          program
          increase
   4 Power Projection          18,546          52,546         +34,000
      Applied
      Research
         Program       ..............  ..............         +14,000
          increase:
          Microwave
          systems for
          counter-UAS
          defense
         Program       ..............  ..............         +20,000
          increase:
          Hypersonic
          testing and
          related
          technology
          development
   5 Force Protection         119,517         202,517         +83,000
      Applied
      Research
         Program       ..............  ..............          +3,000
          increase:
          Lithium-ion
          battery
          safety and
          performance
          improvement
          s
         Program       ..............  ..............          +8,500
          increase:
          Electric
          propulsion
          for
          military
          craft and
          advanced
          planing
          hulls
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Hybrid
          composite
          structures
          research
          for
          enhanced
          mobility
         Program       ..............  ..............          +8,000
          increase:
          Test bed
          for
          autonomous
          ship
          systems
         Program       ..............  ..............          +9,500
          increase:
          Talent and
          technology
          for Navy
          power and
          energy
          systems
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          increase:
          Compact
          high flow
          fan
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          increase:
          Network
          cyber
          security
          and
          resiliency
         Program       ..............  ..............         +20,000
          increase:
          Navy
          alternative
          energy
          research,
          development
          , testing
          and
          deployment
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Data-model
          fusion for
          naval
          platforms
          and systems
         Program       ..............  ..............          +8,000
          increase:
          Energy
          resilience
         Program       ..............  ..............          +8,000
          increase:
          Blue carbon
          capture/
          direct air
          capture
   6 Marine Corps              56,604          64,104          +7,500
      Landing Force
      Technology
         Program       ..............  ..............          +7,500
          increase:
          Interdiscip
          linary
          expeditiona
          ry
          cybersecuri
          ty research
   8 Warfighter                63,825          86,825         +23,000
      Sustainment
      Applied
      Research
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          increase:
          Laser
          peening
          technology
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Lightweight
          anti-corros
          ion
          nanotechnol
          ogy coating
          enhancement
         Program       ..............  ..............          +6,000
          increase:
          Polymer
          coatings
          for reduced
          ice and
          fouling
          adhesion
         Program       ..............  ..............          +3,000
          increase:
          Undersea
          domain
          human
          performance
          requirement
          s
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Engineered
          systems to
          prevent
          hearing
          loss
   9 Electromagnetic           83,497          88,497          +5,000
      Systems Applied
      Research
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Electromagn
          etic
          systems
          applied
          research
  10 Ocean                     63,894          82,082         +18,188
      Warfighting
      Environment
      Applied
      Research
         Improving     ..............  ..............          -3,812
          funds
          management:
          Unjustified
          growth
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Naval
          special
          warfare
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Arctic
          geospatial
          information
         Program       ..............  ..............          +7,000
          increase:
          Task Force
          Ocean
  12 Undersea Warfare          57,075          93,075         +36,000
      Applied
      Research
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Navy and
          academia
          submarine
          partnership
          s
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          increase:
          Machine
          discovery
          and
          invention
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Instrumente
          d tow cable
         Program       ..............  ..............          +2,000
          increase:
          Navy
          undersea
          warfare
          science and
          technology
          strategy
         Program       ..............  ..............          +8,000
          increase:
          Energetics
          technology
         Program       ..............  ..............          +7,000
          increase:
          Autonomous
          undersea
          robotics
          sytems
  13 Future Naval             154,755         156,195          +1,440
      Capabilities
      Applied
      Research
         Improving     ..............  ..............          -2,560
          funds
          management:
          Advanced
          analytics
          and
          decision
          making
          unjustified
          growth
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          increase:
          C4ISR and
          special
          projects
  14 Mine and                  36,074          48,074         +12,000
      Expeditionary
      Warfare Applied
      Research
         Program       ..............  ..............         +12,000
          increase:
          Underwater
          mine defeat
          capabilitie
          s urgent
          operational
          need
  15 Innovative Naval         153,062         165,385         +12,323
      Prototypes
      [INP] Applied
      Research
         Restoring     ..............  ..............          -1,677
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: MDUSV
          program of
          record
          maturation
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          increase:
          Thermoplast
          ic carbon-
          fiber
          composite
          materials
          research
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Thermoplast
          ic
          tailorable
          universal
          feedstock
          composites
  19 USMC Advanced            172,847         197,347         +24,500
      Technology
      Demonstration
      [ATD]
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Robotic
          protection
          system
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Expeditiona
          ry mission
          planning
          enabled by
          high
          fidelity
          simulation
         Program       ..............  ..............          +2,500
          increase:
          Extended
          range 155mm
          projectile
         Program       ..............  ..............          +7,000
          increase:
          Adaptive
          threat
          force
  21 Future Naval             231,907         233,107          +1,200
      Capabilities
      Advanced
      Technology
      Development
         Program       ..............  ..............          +1,200
          increase:
          Automated
          critical
          care system
  22 Manufacturing             60,138          65,138          +5,000
      Technology
      Program
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Modern
          shipbuildin
          g
          manufacturi
          ng
  23 Warfighter                 4,849           9,849          +5,000
      Protection
      Advanced
      Technology
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Novel
          therapeutic
          interventio
          n
  27 Innovative Naval         133,303         136,003          +2,700
      Prototypes
      [INP] Advanced
      Technology
      Development
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -12,300
          funds
          management:
          Funds
          excess to
          requirement
          s
         Program       ..............  ..............         +15,000
          increase:
          Advanced
          thermal and
          power
          technology
          for
          improved
          DEW SWAP
  28 Air/Ocean                 32,643          42,643         +10,000
      Tactical
      Applications
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Long
          duration
          autonomous
          hydrographi
          c survey
  33 Advanced Combat           64,694          61,144          -3,550
      Systems
      Technology
         Restoring     ..............  ..............          -3,550
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          3422 unit
          cost growth
          and
          excessive
          continuous
          prototyping
  34 Surface and              507,000         148,600        -358,400
      Shallow Water
      Mine
      Countermeasures
         Restoring     ..............  ..............        -209,200
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          3066
          transfer
          USV
          procurement
          to
          Shipbuildin
          g and
          Conversion,
          Navy
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -70,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          3066 LUSV
          VLS concept
          design
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -39,200
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          3066
          transfer
          USV C4 LLTM
          procurement
          to
          Shipbuildin
          g and
          Conversion,
          Navy
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -40,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          3066 VLS
          LLTM early
          to need
  35 Surface Ship              15,800           7,242          -8,558
      Torpedo Defense
         Restoring     ..............  ..............          -8,558
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: Excess
          sundown
          costs
  37 PILOT FISH               291,148         186,328        -104,820
         Program       ..............  ..............        -104,820
          adjustment
  42 Advanced                 148,756         116,604         -32,152
      Submarine
      System
      Development
         Restoring     ..............  ..............          -3,135
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          2096
          material
          purchases
          growth
          early to
          need
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -29,017
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          9710 lack
          of
          acquisition
          strategies
  45 Ship Preliminary          69,084          22,534         -46,550
      Design &
      Feasibility
      Studies
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -46,550
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          0411 FSC
          concept
          development
          early to
          need
  47 Advanced Surface          25,408         157,408        +132,000
      Machinery
      Systems
         Program       ..............  ..............          +7,000
          increase:
          Silicon
          carbide
          electronics
          systems
         Program       ..............  ..............        +125,000
          increase:
          Surface
          combatant
          component-l
          evel
          prototyping
  49 Littoral Combat            9,934          16,934          +7,000
      Ship [LCS]
         Program       ..............  ..............          +7,000
          increase:
          Integrated
          fire
          control
          land-based
          test asset
  51 Ohio Replacement         419,051         434,051         +15,000
         Program       ..............  ..............         +15,000
          increase:
          Materials
          for
          submarine
          propulsor
          application
          s
  56 Marine Corps              86,464          70,264         -16,200
      Ground Combat/
      Support System
         Restoring     ..............  ..............          -6,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          1558
          prototype
          manufacturi
          ng early to
          need
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -10,200
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          7400 Sea
          Mob
          Amphibious
          Reconnaissa
          nce
          Capability
          product
          development
  60 Navy Energy               26,514          43,014         +16,500
      Program
         Program       ..............  ..............         +11,500
          increase:
          Marine
          energy
          systems for
          sensors and
          microgrids
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Navy energy
          program/
          shore
          energy
  62 CHALK CORAL              346,800         310,400         -36,400
         Program       ..............  ..............         -36,400
          adjustment
  64 RETRACT MAPLE            258,519         192,019         -66,500
         Program       ..............  ..............         -66,500
          adjustment
  65 LINK PLUMERIA            403,909         396,509          -7,400
         Program       ..............  ..............          -7,400
          adjustment
  69 Land Attack                9,086           5,900          -3,186
      Technology
         Restoring     ..............  ..............          -3,186
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          3401 lack
          of
          acquisition
          strategy
  74 Digital Warfare           50,120          40,120         -10,000
      Office
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -10,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Artificial
          intelligenc
          e
          development
          operations
          unjustified
          growth
  75 Small and Medium          32,527          29,077          -3,450
      Unmanned
      Undersea
      Vehicles
         Project 3123  ..............  ..............          -3,450
          improving
          funds
          management:
          Delay and
          Block II
          concurrency
  79 Gerald R. Ford           121,310         114,756          -6,554
      Class Nuclear
      Aircraft
      Carrier (CVN 78-
      80)
         Improving     ..............  ..............          -6,554
          funds
          management:
          Revised
          test
          schedule
  84 Next Generation            4,420          14,420         +10,000
      Logistics
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Large-scale
          3D printing
          robotic
          system
  87 Advanced                 181,967         201,967         +20,000
      Undersea
      Prototyping
         Program       ..............  ..............         +20,000
          increase:
          XLUUV
          competitive
          risk
          reduction
  88 Counter Unmanned           5,500           3,100          -2,400
      Aircraft
      Systems [C-UAS]
         Reduce        ..............  ..............          -2,400
          duplication
          : System
          development
  89 Precision Strike         718,148         688,148         -30,000
      Weapons
      Development
      Program
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -30,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          3334
          acquisition
          and
          contract
          strategy
  91 Offensive Anti-           65,419         115,419         +50,000
      Surface Warfare
      Weapon
      Development
         Program       ..............  ..............         +50,000
          increase:
          LRASM 1.1
          capability
          improvement
          s
  93 Advanced                  21,157          45,407         +24,250
      Tactical
      Unmanned
      Aircraft System
         Restoring     ..............  ..............          -8,250
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          3135
          acquisition
          and funding
          strategy
         Program       ..............  ..............         +18,500
          increase:
          Large
          unmanned
          logistics
          systems--ai
          r
          development
         Program       ..............  ..............         +14,000
          increase:
          Secure and
          resilient
          battlefield
          networking
          capabilitie
          s
  97 Other Helo                28,835          38,835         +10,000
      Development
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Attack and
          utility
          replacement
          aircraft
 106 Advanced Hawkeye         232,752         235,252          +2,500
         Restoring     ..............  ..............          -9,500
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: DSSC-6
         Program       ..............  ..............         +12,000
          increase: E-
          2D Hawkeye
          radar
 110 V-22A                    185,105         198,455         +13,350
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Active
          vibration
          control
          system
         Program       ..............  ..............          +8,350
          increase:
          Common
          lightweight
          cargo
          system
 118 Next Generation          111,068          90,922         -20,146
      Jammer [NGJ]
      Increment II
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -20,146
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: Change
          in
          acquisition
          strategy
 119 Surface                  415,625         375,875         -39,750
      Combatant
      Combat System
      Engineering
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -39,750
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: AEGIS
          BL 9
          unjustified
          scope
          expansion
 122 Standard Missile         232,391         200,296         -32,095
      Improvements
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -39,095
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          2063
          contract
          award
          delays
         Program       ..............  ..............          +7,000
          increase:
          Advanced
          carbon
          nanotube
          materials
          research
 128 Shipboard                 10,632          14,632          +4,000
      Aviation
      Systems
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,000
          increase:
          Aircraft
          launch and
          recovery
          equipment
          software
          improvement
          s
 130 Air and Missile           55,349          26,669         -28,680
      Defense Radar
      [AMDR] System
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -28,680
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Advanced
          distributed
          radar
          development
          and
          integration
          concurrency
 132 New Design SSN           121,010         221,010        +100,000
         Restoring     ..............  ..............        +100,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Transfer
          from
          Shipbuildin
          g and
          Conversion,
          Navy line
          3, SSN-812
          for SSN-812
          design risk
          reduction
 137 Mine Development          28,964          76,464         +47,500
         Program       ..............  ..............         +47,500
          increase:
          Quick
          strike
          joint
          direct
          attack
          munition
 138 Lightweight              148,349          93,249         -55,100
      Torpedo
      Development
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -55,100
          funds
          management:
          Project
          3418
          program
          delays
 143 Ship Self                192,603         178,603         -14,000
      Defense (Detect
      & Control)
         Project       ..............  ..............         -14,000
          2178: CSEA
          contract
          award
          delays
 144 Ship Self                137,268         121,630         -15,638
      Defense
      (Engage: Hard
      Kill)
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -15,638
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          2070 excess
          test assets
 146 Intelligence              26,710          46,710         +20,000
      Engineering
         Program       ..............  ..............         +20,000
          increase:
          Command and
          control
          satellite
          systems
          cyber
          security
 148 Navigation/ID             40,755          45,755          +5,000
      System
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Development
          of
          lightweight
          security
          identificat
          ion Friend
          or Foe
          transmitter
 154 Information              384,162         267,753        -116,409
      Technology
      Development
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -11,877
          funds
          management:
          Project
          2901 ePS
          contract
          award delay
         Improving     ..............  ..............          -9,869
          funds
          management:
          Project
          2905 SPOE
          contract
          award delay
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -51,805
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          2905 NP2
          rapid
          fielding
          pilot
          concurrency
         Insufficient  ..............  ..............          -4,804
          budget
          justificati
          on: Project
          2905
          unjustified
          budget
          increase
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -14,703
          funds
          management:
          Project
          9406
          contract
          award delay
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -33,351
          funds
          management:
          execution
          delays
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          NAVSEA
          readiness
          and
          logistics
          information
          technology
          digital
          transformat
          ion plan
 156 CH-53K RDTE              516,955         506,955         -10,000
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -10,000
          funds
          management:
          Early to
          need
 160 Ship to Shore              4,909          19,909         +15,000
      Connector [SSC]
         Program       ..............  ..............         +15,000
          increase:
          Advanced
          materials
          and
          manufacturi
          ng for
          naval
          hovercraft
          application
          s
 162 Unmanned Carrier         671,258         657,098         -14,160
      Aviation [UCA]
         Improving     ..............  ..............         -14,160
          funds
          management:
          CVN/UMCS
          unjustified
          growth
 166 Multi-Mission            177,234         149,234         -28,000
      Maritime [MMA]
      Increment III
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -28,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Engineering
          change
          proposal 6
          unjustified
          increase
 167 Marine Corps              77,322          50,222         -27,100
      Assault
      Vehicles System
      Development &
      Demonstration
         Restoring     ..............  ..............          -6,900
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: Design
          concurrency
          for
          additional
          ACV
          variants
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -18,500
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Procurement
          of ACV-30
          variants
          early to
          need
         Improving     ..............  ..............          -1,700
          funds
          management:
          Technical
          support
          acceleratio
          n
 180 Next Generation           20,698           5,100         -15,598
      Fighter
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -15,598
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: Next
          Gen
          Advanced
          Engines
          funding
          requested
          early to
          need
 183 Management,              102,401         122,401         +20,000
      Technical &
      International
      Support
         Program       ..............  ..............         +20,000
          increase:
          Naval
          research
          laboratory
          facilities
          modernizati
          on
 203 Operational F-35         422,881         358,367         -64,514
      C2D2
         Prior year    ..............  ..............         -64,514
          execution
          delays
 204 Operational F-35         383,741         325,199         -58,542
      C2D2
         Prior year    ..............  ..............         -58,542
          execution
          delays
 207 Strategic Sub &          157,676         119,766         -37,910
      Weapons System
      Support
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -49,910
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          2228 D5LE2
          technology
          maturation
          concurrency
          with system
          architectur
          e and trade
          analysis
         Program       ..............  ..............         +12,000
          increase:
          High
          temperature
          composite
          material
          capacity
          expansion
 211 F/A-18 Squadrons         213,715         193,715         -20,000
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -20,000
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          1662 USMC
          capability
          upgrades
          undefined
          requirement
 214 Tomahawk and             320,134         226,234         -93,900
      Tomahawk
      Mission
      Planning Center
      [TMPC]
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -93,900
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity:
          Project
          4034
          program
          acceleratio
          n
 215 Integrated                88,382         100,382         +12,000
      Surveillance
      System
         Program       ..............  ..............         +12,000
          increase:
          Transformat
          ional
          Reliable
          Acoustic
          Path
          Systems
 218 Ground/Air Task           23,891          28,891          +5,000
      Oriented Radar
      [G/ATOR]
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Low, slow,
          small
          targets
 222 HARM Improvement         138,431         129,829          -8,602
         Improving     ..............  ..............          -8,602
          funds
          management:
          Project
          2189
          contract
          award delay
 228 Marine Corps             143,317         147,707          +4,390
      Communications
      Systems
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,390
          increase:
          Shipboard
          integration
          and AI
          networking/
          NOTM
 231 Marine Corps              37,761          45,761          +8,000
      Combat Services
      Support
         Program       ..............  ..............          +5,000
          increase:
          Airborne
          power
          generation
          technology
          development
         Program       ..............  ..............          +3,000
          increase:
          UAV
          alternative
          power
          generation
          technologie
          s
 232 USMC                      21,458          27,886          +6,428
      Intelligence/
      Electronic
      Warfare Systems
      (MIP)
         Program       ..............  ..............          +6,428
          increase:
          Advanced
          electronic
          warfare
          digital
          payload
 241 Information               41,853          46,353          +4,500
      Systems
      Security
      Program
         Program       ..............  ..............          +4,500
          increase:
          High
          assurance
          infrastruct
          ure in
          defense
          systems
 254 Unmanned Aerial            3,704          10,004          +6,300
      Systems [UAS]
      Payloads (MIP)
         Program       ..............  ..............          +6,300
          increase:
          Spectral
          and
          reconnaissa
          nce imagery
          for
          tactical
          exploitatio
          n
 255 RQ-4                     202,346         185,446         -16,900
      Modernization
         Restoring     ..............  ..............         -16,900
          acquisition
          accountabil
          ity: IFC
          5.0
          concurrency
 257 Depot                     38,182          48,182         +10,000
      Maintenance
      (Non-IF)
         Program       ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          High
          pressure
          cold spray
          systems
 258 Maritime                   6,779          26,779         +20,000
      Technology
      [MARITECH]
         Program       ..............  ..............         +20,000
          increase:
          Advanced
          additive
          technologie
          s for
          sustainment
          of Navy
          assets
 999 Classified             1,613,137       1,667,951         +54,814
      Programs
         Program       ..............  ..............         +47,000
          increase:
          Marine
          Corps
          Modernizati
          on for C2
          in a
          degraded
          environment
         Classified    ..............  ..............          +7,814
          adjustment
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    Prototyping for End Items.--The fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request includes more than $1,750,000,000 in 
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy for 30 
programs that apply acquisition authorities and contracting 
strategies enabled by legislative authorities provided for the 
rapid development, rapid prototyping, rapid acquisition, 
accelerated acquisition, or mid-tier acquisition (``section 
804'') of warfighter capabilities. The spectrum of programs 
exercising these types of acquisition authorities ranges from 
existing programs that have already deployed prototypes to new 
programs that by virtue of their scope and cost would otherwise 
be subject to reporting requirements and acquisition 
regulations applicable to traditional major acquisition 
category I programs.
    While supportive of efforts to deliver capability to the 
warfighter in an accelerated manner, the Committee is concerned 
that the growing trend toward acquisition-by-prototyping 
approach limits the Navy's ability to successfully manage its 
acquisition programs in the long-term by reducing full 
understanding of long-term program costs; unnecessarily 
narrowing down the industrial base early in the acquisition 
process; and eliminating opportunities for future innovation by 
reducing competitive opportunities over the course of the 
acquisition.
    The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development 
and Acquisition) is directed to submit to the congressional 
defense committees with submission of the fiscal year 2021 
President's budget request a complete list of approved Navy 
acquisition programs utilizing prototyping or accelerated 
acquisition authorities, along with a rational for each 
selected acquisition strategy, as well as a cost estimate. 
Further, the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, 
Development and Acquisition) is directed to provide, for each 
such approved program, an assessment of the industrial base at 
the component- and system-level, as well as for system-level 
integration, to include opportunities for competition in the 
acquisition. The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial 
Management and Comptroller) is directed to certify full funding 
of the acquisition strategies for these programs in the fiscal 
year 2021 President's budget request, and the Director, 
Operational Test and Evaluation is directed to certify the 
appropriateness of the Navy's planned test strategies for such 
programs, to include a risk assessment.
    Maritime Accelerated Acquisitions.--The fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request includes $1,327,301,000 for programs 
designated as Maritime Accelerated Acquisitions by the 
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and 
Acquisition) and the Chief of Naval Operations through the 
Accelerated Acquisitions Board of Directors [AABOD]. The 
Committee continues its support of efforts to support Combatant 
Command and Fleet urgent and priority needs and recommends 
$1,294,046,000 for these programs, consistent with prudent 
financial management practices.
    The Committee notes that in accordance with previous 
direction, the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial 
Management and Comptroller) and the Assistant Secretary of the 
Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) provided with 
submission of the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request 
the acquisition strategy for each designated accelerated 
acquisition program, to include the associated test strategies 
as agreed to by the Chief of Naval Operations, the Assistant 
Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) 
and the Director, Operational Test and Evaluation; and 
certified that the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request 
fully funds the respective acquisition strategies for each 
designated accelerated acquisition program. The Committee 
retains this direction for accelerated acquisition programs 
with submission of the fiscal year 2021 President's budget 
request.
    Further, the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, 
Development and Acquisition) and the Director, Operational Test 
and Evaluation are directed to update the congressional defense 
committees in a timely manner on any modifications to the test 
plans for these programs submitted with the fiscal year 2020 
President's budget in the year of execution, to include impact 
on schedule and cost.
    Industrial Base for Unmanned and Autonomous Programs.--The 
fiscal year 2020 President's budget request includes 
$1,078,823,000 in Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, 
Navy for unmanned systems programs, an increase of $412,697,000 
over amounts enacted in fiscal year 2019. The Committee 
believes that remotely piloted, unmanned and autonomous 
technologies can provide valuable capability to the warfighter 
by augmenting higher-end platforms through additional 
capability or capacity; reducing risk to the warfighter; and 
expanding the industrial base, to include commercial and non-
traditional vendors.
    Therefore, the Committee is concerned that for several 
unmanned programs the Navy is pursuing acquisition strategies 
that would limit future competitive opportunities by awarding 
system-level prototypes early in the acquisition process and 
failing to articulate capability, requirements or technology 
roadmaps to encourage industrial innovation. The Assistant 
Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) 
is directed to submit to the congressional defense committees 
with the fiscal year 2021 President's budget request such 
acquisition roadmaps for each unmanned acquisition program that 
include no less than mission requirements, program requirements 
for each increment, key technologies, acquisition strategies, 
test strategies, sub-system and system-level prototyping plans, 
and cost estimates.
    Budgeting for Weapon Systems Modernization.--The fiscal 
year 2020 President's budget request includes $232,800,000 in 
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy for continued 
modernization of the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye. The Navy has been 
modernizing the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye through a series of Delta 
Systems Software Configuration [DSSC] builds in order to stay 
ahead of advancing threats. For fiscal year 2020, the Navy is 
requesting $39,000,000 to initiate DSSC #6, which will require 
at least 6 years of development, integration and test and is 
estimated to cost approximately $1,700,000,000 for development 
and production. The Committee notes that the estimated 
development cost alone for DSSC #6 would breach the acquisition 
category I threshold for a new acquisition program.
    The Navy is taking a similar incremental modernization 
approach for several other aviation platforms, to include the 
P-8A Poseidon and F/A-18E/F Super Hornet. The Committee 
recognizes the need for continuous capability upgrades in light 
of a constantly evolving threat environment, but is concerned 
that a lack of full definition of modernization requirements, 
costs and schedules challenges oversight of these efforts; as 
well as reduces opportunities to innovate and save costs 
through competition. Further the Committee has repeatedly 
identified changes in scope or content of various modernization 
increments or spirals, as well as test, delivery and fielding 
schedules, but struggles to identify the corresponding 
adjustments in respective annual budget requests. Therefore, 
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and 
Acquisition) is directed to provide to the congressional 
defense committees with the fiscal year 2021 President's budget 
request baselined modernization programs by incremental or 
spiral, as applicable, for the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye, F/A-18E/F 
and P-8 Poseidon identifying requirements, acquisition 
strategies, decision milestones and criteria, costs, schedules 
and contracting strategies.
    MQ-25A Stingray.--The fiscal year 2020 President's budget 
request includes $671,300,000 in Research, Development, Test 
and Evaluation, Navy for continued development, integration and 
test of the MQ-25A Stingray. This includes $63,000,000 for the 
acquisition of three System Development Test Article [SDTA] 
aircraft planned for the first quarter of fiscal year 2020, 
following successful completion of the system design review 
[SDR]. The Committee notes that in accordance with previous 
congressional direction, the Assistant Secretary of the Navy 
(Research, Development and Acquisition) and the Assistant 
Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller) 
submitted to the congressional defense committees with the 
fiscal year 2020 President's budget request the acquisition 
strategy for MQ-25A Stingray; as well as a certification that 
the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request fully funds the 
acquisition strategy, to include the test strategies as agreed 
to by the Chief, Naval Operations and the Director, Operational 
Test and Evaluation [DOTE]. The Committee understands that the 
current MQ-25A Stingray Test and Evaluation Master Plan [TEMP] 
is limited to developmental test only and is being updated to 
reflect operational test requirements. The Committee directs 
that DOTE provides a briefing to the congressional defense 
committees on the revised TEMP, and the Assistant Secretary of 
the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller) brief the 
congressional defense committees on the Navy's resourcing 
strategy for the updated TEMP not later than 15 days after the 
SDR.
    Surface Navy Laser Weapon System.--The fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request includes $89,234,000 in Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy for further development, 
integration and test of one Surface Navy Laser Weapon System 
[SNLWS] Increment I unit onto a DDG 51 class Flight IIA 
destroyer in fiscal year 2021. Further, the Chief of Naval 
Operations submitted a fiscal year 2020 unfunded requirement of 
$80,000,000 in Other Procurement, Navy for the procurement and 
installation of one additional SNLWS unit.
    The Committee recommends $65,000,000 in Other Procurement, 
Navy for the procurement of one additional SNLWS unit in fiscal 
year 2020 and directs that none of the funds may be obligated 
or expended until thirty days after the Assistant Secretary of 
the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) provides a 
briefing to the congressional defense committees detailing the 
results of the Critical Design Review for SNLWS Increment I as 
well as the acquisition strategy for future SNLWS increments 
and other Navy Laser Family of Systems programs. Further, the 
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and 
Comptroller) is directed to certify to the congressional 
defense committees with submission of the fiscal year 2021 
President's budget request full funding for the first SNLWS 
production laser weapon system, Government-furnished equipment, 
Government-furnished information, engineering, support costs 
and installation. Finally, the Director, Operational Test and 
Evaluation, is directed to certify to the congressional defense 
committees, not later than with submission of the fiscal year 
2021 President's budget request, appropriate execution of the 
previously agreed-to test approach for SNLWS.
    Office of Naval Research Budget Structure.--The fiscal year 
2020 President's budget request includes $2,284,641,000 for 
science and technology research, a reduction of $267,028,000 
from amounts enacted in fiscal year 2019. The Committee 
continues to believe it is critical to invest in Navy 
foundational research to ensure U.S. technical superiority in 
the coming decades and recommends $2,631,992,000 for Navy 
science and technology research in fiscal year 2020, an 
increase of $347,351,000, or 15 percent, over the budget 
request.
    The Committee notes that consistent with congressional 
direction, the fiscal year 2020 President's budget request for 
the Office of Naval Research [ONR] retains the previously 
agreed-upon program element structure for Navy science and 
technology projects. The Committee continues to support this 
budget structure. Further, the Committee believes that based on 
lessons learned, prototyping efforts managed by ONR require 
additional acquisition-type oversight, fiscal clarity and 
adherence to financial management practices in order to avoid 
the schedule and cost growth seen in the Solid State Laser-
Technology Maturation program. The Assistant Secretary of the 
Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller) is directed to 
present a plan to the congressional defense committees to 
establish appropriate project units within the current ONR 
budget structure for such projects.
    Office of Naval Research Budget Justification Materials.--
The Committee notes the Chief, Naval Research's information 
security concerns with respect to certain technology 
development plans and concurs with the need to appropriately 
manage the security posture relative to these efforts. However, 
the Committee notes that the timely and transparent 
transmission of details associated with these efforts to the 
congressional defense committees remains highly unsatisfactory. 
Therefore, the Committee directs the Assistant Secretary of the 
Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller) to coordinate with 
the Chief, Naval Research, to ensure that for the projects in 
question, specific information required by the congressional 
defense committees for their budget review be provided 
concurrent with submission of the President's budget in the 
appropriate format.
    Task Force Ocean.--The fiscal year 2020 President's budget 
request includes $19,052,000, an increase of $16,978,000 over 
amounts enacted for fiscal year 2019, for ocean acoustics 
science and technology efforts that will enable tactical 
maneuver for the future submarine force. The Committee supports 
these efforts and recommends an additional $7,000,000 for these 
efforts. Further, the Committee directs the Chief, Naval 
Research, to provide with submission of the fiscal year 2021 
President's budget request a report detailing activities 
conducted with these funds by project, to include transition 
plans.
    Unmanned Surface Vessels.--The fiscal year 2020 President's 
budget request includes $446,800,000 in Research, Development, 
Test and Evaluation, Navy for Medium [MUSV] and Large Unmanned 
Surface Vessels [LUSV] and associated enabling capabilities. 
The Committee fully supports additional investments in unmanned 
and autonomous technologies, systems and sub-systems, including 
surface and sub-surface vessels. However, the Committee is 
concerned with the proposed acquisition and funding strategies 
for the MUSV and LUSV in this budget request, to include the 
Future Years Defense Program. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends several adjustments, as detailed elsewhere in this 
report, and directs the Assistant Secretary of the Navy 
(Research, Development and Acquisition) to review the 
acquisition strategies for these programs to address 
congressional concerns, as appropriately balanced with 
warfighter needs.
    Future Surface Combatant Force.--The fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request includes $80,145,000 for continued 
studies and analyses of the Future Surface Combatant Force 
[FSCF], to include concept refinement, trade studies, hull and 
power design efforts and draft specification development of a 
Large Surface Combatant [LSC]. The Committee understands that 
the Navy plans to begin procuring a LSC in fiscal year 2025, 
shortly after conclusion of the current DDG-51 Flight III 
multi-year procurement program and the planned delivery of the 
first ship under that multi-year procurement contract in fiscal 
year 2024. The Committee finds this acquisition strategy high-
risk and recommends a reduction of $46,550,000 to the FSCF 
request.
    Further, the Committee is aware of the Navy's Surface 
Capability Evolution Plan [SCEP], including the LSC, that 
informs the FSCF, and directs the Assistant Secretary of the 
Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) to provide with 
the fiscal year 2021 President's budget request the acquisition 
strategies for each element of the SCEP, as previously 
requested. Further, the Assistant Secretary of the Navy 
(Financial Management and Comptroller) is directed to provide 
with the fiscal year 2021 President's budget request cost 
estimates for each element of the SCEP, and to certify full 
funding in the budget request for each respective acquisition 
strategy of the SCEP elements.
    CVN 78 Sortie Generation Rate.--Consistent with direction 
contained in Senate Report 115-290, accompanying the Department 
of Defense Appropriations Act, 2019, the Program Executive 
Officer, Aircraft Carriers, in coordination with the Director, 
Operational Test and Evaluation, provided an updated plan to 
the congressional defense committees for the CVN 78 Sortie 
Generation Rate [SGR] demonstration schedule and test 
requirements. Further, the Assistant Secretary of the Navy 
(Financial Management and Comptroller) certified SGR 
demonstration full funding in the fiscal year 2020 President's 
budget request. The Committee notes the completed plans for 
sustained SGR and that the plan for addressing the SGR surge 
pace was to be developed by September 2019. Noting potential 
delays to the CVN 78 schedule since submission of the fiscal 
year 2020 President's budget request, the Program Executive 
Officer, Aircraft Carriers, and the Director, Operational Test 
and Evaluation, are directed to provide the congressional 
defense committees an update on plans for addressing SGR surge 
pace not later than October 1, 2019.
    Conventional Prompt Strike.--The fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request includes $593,120,000 for the 
continued development of a Conventional Prompt Strike [CPS] 
capability. The Committee notes that the Navy's CPS program 
will build on efforts previously funded by the Department of 
Defense with the intent of providing an initial CPS capability 
for a sea-based platform in fiscal year 2025. The Committee 
further notes that the Assistant Secretary of the Navy 
(Research, Development and Acquisition) has approved Section 
804 Middle Tier Acquisition rapid prototyping authority as the 
acquisition strategy for this program. The Committee supports 
the investment in technologies to address the evolving 
hypersonic threat, and notes that under a 2018 Memorandum of 
Agreement with the Army, Air Force, and Missile Defense Agency, 
the Navy is tasked with designing an intermediate range 
conventional prompt strike common hypersonic glide body for 
transition to the Army for production.
    The Committee is concerned that the Navy is accelerating 
the CPS program in a near-sole source environment without a 
clear understanding of technology and schedule risks, as well 
as costs. The Committee notes that the Director, Cost 
Assessment and Program Evaluation [CAPE], has not conducted an 
Independent Cost Estimate [ICE] for CPS and that the Navy 
continues to refine its cost estimate. The Committee further 
notes that the Navy plans to invest in excess of $5,500,000,000 
in CPS and associated efforts and procure a significant number 
of CPS all up rounds prior to making a production decision.
    The Committee directs the Director, CAPE, to provide with 
submission of the fiscal year 2021 President's budget request 
an ICE for CPS. Further, the Committee directs the Assistant 
Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) 
to submit to the congressional defense committees, not later 
than with submission of the fiscal year 2021 President's budget 
request, the service cost position for CPS, as well as the test 
strategy. Concurrently, the Assistant Secretary of the Navy 
(Financial Management and Comptroller) is directed to certify 
full funding of the acquisition requirements, and the Director, 
Operational Test and Evaluation, is directed to certify the 
equivalent of the test and evaluation master plan to the 
congressional defense committees.
    AEGIS Baselines Budget Estimates.--The fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request includes $74,400,000 in Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy and $43,600,000 in 
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide for 
AEGIS Baseline 9 upgrades, an increase of $89,000,000 over 
amounts projected to be required for such efforts in fiscal 
year 2020 in the previous budget request. While cautiously 
optimistic that the Navy and Missile Defense Agency have 
improved the common understanding and definitions of AEGIS 
baseline capabilities, the Committee remains concerned by 
constant changes to AEGIS baseline scope and requirements, many 
of which are based on the introduction of new capabilities to 
the warfighter, but not identified as such. The Committee is 
concerned that the true development and fielding costs of new 
or additional warfighter capabilities are obfuscated by the 
lack of identification of associated costs levied on enabling 
programs such as AEGIS. The Committee recommends a 10 percent 
increase for AEGIS Baseline 9 over amounts enacted for fiscal 
year 2019.
    CH-53K System Demonstration Test Article Aircraft.--The 
Committee notes that at the request of the Marine Corps, two 
System Demonstration Test Article [SDTA] aircraft were added to 
the CH-53K development program in fiscal year 2015, which 
already included one ground test vehicle, four engineering 
development models, and four SDTA aircraft. In January 2019, 
the Committee was informed that the Marine Corps issued a `stop 
work' for the 5th and 6th SDTA aircraft due to cost, schedule 
and technical challenges, and that the Marine Corps 
restructured the development and test schedule for the CH-53K 
program.
    The Committee notes that the 5th and 6th SDTA aircraft were 
incrementally funded with research, development, test and 
evaluation funding and that the reallocation of those parts to 
production aircraft at this time would be inappropriate. The 
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and 
Acquisition) is directed to provide an update to the 
congressional defense committees on the Marine Corps' plans for 
the previously procured parts of the 5th and 6th SDTA aircraft 
no less than thirty days prior to the execution of any such 
plans, and the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial 
Management and Comptroller) is directed to certify to the 
congressional defense committees the appropriate use of funds 
for any such plans.
    Offensive Anti-Surface Warfare/Long Range Anti-Ship Missile 
1.1.--The fiscal year 2020 President's budget request includes 
$65,400,000 in Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy 
for continued development of the Offensive Anti-Surface 
Warfare/Long Range Anti-Ship Missile 1.1 [LRASM 1.1] 
capability. The Committee notes that with submission of the 
fiscal year 2020 President's budget request, the Navy reduced 
the scope of LRASM capability improvements, previously included 
in LRASM 1.1. Given the evolving threat environment, the 
Committee does not concur with this approach and recommends 
$50,000,000 to address those shortfalls, including but not 
limited to beyond line of sight capabilities, survivability 
enhancements, range improvements and obsolescence upgrades.
    The Committee directs the Director, Operational Test and 
Evaluation to provide to the congressional defense committees 
with the fiscal year 2021 President's budget request, an 
updated plan for LRASM 1.0 and LRASM 1.1 full independent 
operational test [IOT&E] to include an identification of the 
required IOT&E rounds as well as an updated test and evaluation 
master plan; and directs the Assistant Secretary of the Navy 
(Research, Development and Acquisition) to submit an 
acquisition strategy that supports that test strategy. Further, 
the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and 
Comptroller) is directed to certify that the fiscal year 2021 
President's budget request for LRASM 1.0 and LRASM 1.1 fully 
funds the development of capability improvements and the 
associated test strategies.
    Amphibious Combat Vehicle.--The fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request includes $77,322,000 for continued 
development of the Amphibious Combat Vehicle [ACV] 1.1 and 1.2, 
which were merged into a single acquisition program subsequent 
to the budget submission. The ACV program consists of a 
personnel variant, as well as three additional supporting 
mission role variants for command and control, gun and 
recovery/maintenance missions. The Committee notes that in 
fiscal year 2019, the Marine Corps accelerated the development 
of the command and control mission variant by 1 year. The 
Committee understands that the Marine Corps also plans to 
accelerate the development of the gun mission role variant by 1 
year in fiscal year 2020. Given the Marine Corps' long and 
troubled acquisition history to replace and modernize the 
Assault Amphibious Vehicle, the risk of destabilizing the 
industrial base, as well as reports by the Director, 
Operational Test and Evaluation, the Committee finds this 
additional proposed acceleration risky and recommends no funds 
for the procurement of the gun mission role variant in fiscal 
year 2020.
    Advanced Digital Radar Basic Research.--The Committee notes 
the advances in the field of radar development with respect to 
phased array radar technology in a digital design. The 
Committee encourages the Navy to continue to support 
partnerships with laboratory-based antenna test facilities that 
will help the Navy understand, characterize, and calibrate 
advanced all-digital radars. The Committee further notes that 
the development of this technology is a critical enabler for 
the Navy in the development of tools to increase target 
detection, as well as to improve electronic warfare and 
adaptive sensing capabilities and recommends an additional 
$8,000,000 for these development efforts.
    Aircraft Fleet Readiness and Sustainment.--The Committee 
remains concerned about the long-term critical challenges 
facing the Navy in maintaining the readiness of air vehicle 
fleets and extending the useful life of aging aircraft. The 
Committee continues to support the role and expertise 
university research institutions can provide in performing 
basic research and development that can translate into 
technological capabilities to assist the Navy with addressing 
current and future technical and engineering challenges in 
these areas. The Committee recommends an additional $8,000,000 
for basic university research in support of the Navy's long-
term, air vehicle fleet readiness and sustainment conducted at 
university institutions with state-of-the art research and 
development capabilities in structures and materials.
    Lithium-ion Battery Safety and Performance Improvements.--
The Committee continues to support Navy investments in power 
generation and energy storage research. The Committee 
understands that development and deployment of lithium-ion 
batteries are critical to Department of Defense missions, but 
that safety incidents restrict their operational use. 
Therefore, the Committee believes that the development and 
qualification of materials technologies, including non-
flammable electrolytes, to reduce the risk of thermal runaway 
and improve safety and performance in lithium-ion batteries 
should be a research priority.
    Electric Propulsion for Military Craft and Advanced Planing 
Hulls.--The Committee notes with appreciation the high 
operational tempo of Naval Special Warfare maritime units, such 
as the Special Warfare Combatant Craft and Coastal Riverine 
Force squadrons, in the performance of national missions that 
require technological advantage, unsurpassed equipment 
performance, and stealth. These units are equipped with a 
variety of surface craft for transit to and from mission areas, 
almost all of which are fossil fuel powered. The Committee is 
aware that U.S. Special Operations Command has identified 
mission-critical capability objectives for hybrid propulsion 
technologies and low signature management that, in the face of 
increasingly technologically advanced adversaries, make it 
critical that such systems are fielded without delay. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends an additional $8,500,000 
for the design, development and testing of a complete marine 
electric propulsion system.
    Talent and Technology for Navy Power and Energy Systems.--
The Committee has supported the Navy's investment in next-
generation combat systems such as directed energy weapons. 
While directed energy weapons are part of a strategy to 
maintain military technological advantage, they also create new 
energy challenges for the ships and submarines deploying them. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends an increase of $9,500,000 
for a combination of workforce talent and technology 
development efforts in support of Navy power and energy 
systems, such as bridge-to-university programs for 
underprepared university enrollees and digital twin research.
    Energy Resilience.--The Committee recognizes the need for 
additional research to assist the Secretary of the Navy in 
efforts to create a more robust energy infrastructure. To 
achieve military energy resiliency, the Committee believes that 
these challenges can be best met by leveraging experienced 
energy university researchers in concert with industry partners 
and the Navy. Specific areas of interest include addressing 
electrical power intermittency, integrating renewable energy 
sources into the grid, energy storage, improved micro-grids, 
grid security, local generation of zero-carbon fuels, and the 
inspection and structural health monitoring of critical energy 
infrastructure.
    Navy Alternative Energy Research.--The Committee recommends 
an increase of $20,000,000 for Navy alternative energy 
research. The Committee notes the value of investing in energy 
research and encourages the Navy to continue research, 
development, testing and deployment of advanced energy systems 
with the potential to reduce the cost of energy and increase 
energy security, reliability, and resiliency at Department of 
Defense facilities while pursuing longer-term emphasis on grid-
connected power generation. The Committee understands that the 
integration of emerging land and ocean-based energy generation 
and end-use energy efficiency technologies has the potential to 
improve Navy resilience. Further, the Committee encourages the 
Navy to invest in energy demonstration activities relating to 
Department of Defense facilities and activities in coordination 
with other Federal agencies and entities.
    Noise Induced Hearing Loss.--The Committee supports the 
Department's noise induced hearing loss research and 
development initiative and encourages the Navy to expand 
research and development of a novel noise-level enabled drug 
dosing and delivery system designed to shield the ear tissue 
from mechanical stimuli that would otherwise cause temporary or 
permanent hearing loss.
    Energetics Research.--The Committee is concerned about 
advances adversaries are making in advanced energetics and 
believes that there is a need for a renewed, long-term 
investment in research and development for advanced energetics 
to increase the lethality, range and speed of weapons, develop 
new leap-ahead capabilities, and to grow the national 
energetics workforce. Therefore, the Committee recommends an 
increase of $8,000,000 for energy technology research. The 
Committee encourages the Department of the Navy to execute the 
funding for the necessary efforts with the naval research and 
development establishment best suited to advance the overall 
knowledge, expertise and capability of energetics and to 
incorporate these developments into advanced weapon systems.
    Instrumented Tow Cable.--The Committee recognizes the 
importance of accurate, real-time water temperature and other 
environmental data to the operations of the Navy's submarine 
force. The Committee remains concerned that there are 
capability gaps and unmet requirements with existing 
temperature and environmental data measurement that the fleet 
uses to generate this information, including reliance on a 
single point measurement system. Therefore, the Committee 
encourages the Navy to complete a comprehensive review 
examining the current system's limitations and explore the 
efficacy of deploying a more sophisticated instrumented cable 
system technology that enables real-time, multisource 
collection to improve accuracy and fleet operations.
    Resident Autonomous Undersea Robotics.--The Committee 
encourages the Secretary of the Navy to continue supporting the 
cost-effective development of resident autonomous undersea 
robotic systems, including research, testing, and demonstration 
of technologies that will support persistent surveillance, 
security and related fleet readiness requirements. The 
Committee believes that university-based research and 
innovation centered on the development of resident autonomous 
undersea robotic technologies will be essential in maintaining 
competitive advantage in the future.
    Automated Critical Care System.--The fiscal year 2020 
President's budget request includes no funds to conclude 
development of an automated critical care system. The Committee 
notes that advanced medical care for marines and sailors 
deployed in remote locations or on ships poses a serious and 
unique challenge. The potential deterioration of these injured 
service members while being stabilized, especially in prolonged 
field care scenarios and during transport to a facility 
possessing high-level medical care, especially in remote 
austere deployments, is concerning. The Committee believes that 
incorporation of state-of-the-art medical device technologies 
such as automated critical care systems with decision support 
may be the difference between life and death and will have a 
significant impact in medical care for both the military and 
civilian communities dealing with mass casualties. Therefore, 
the Committee recommends $1,200,000 for additional development 
of an automated critical care system.
    Shipbuilding Manufacturing.--The Committee recognizes the 
importance of building strong partnerships among Department of 
Navy research labs, academia and naval shipyards that construct 
our nation's submarines. The Committee encourages the Navy to 
coordinate manufacturing efforts with industrial base partners 
to ensure that funded research projects are relevant to 
specific engineering and manufacturing needs, as well as 
defined systems capabilities. Partnerships with academia should 
focus on well-defined submarine and autonomous undersea vehicle 
research needs, accelerated technology transition projects and 
workforce development to help ensure a sustainable industrial 
base. The Committee believes that all manufacturing efforts 
should focus on reducing the cost of manufacturing and 
sustaining the submarine fleet.
    Silicon Carbide Electronics Systems.--The Committee 
understands that use of silicon carbide power modules may 
reduce the size and weight of power conversion modules and 
other electronic systems necessary for advanced sensors and 
weapon systems. Therefore, the Committee recommends $7,000,000 
for silicon carbide electronics systems research and encourages 
the Secretary of the Navy to continue to invest in advanced 
power and energy technology, and accelerate the qualification 
of silicon carbide power modules to be used on high power, 
mission-critical Navy platforms accelerated through the use of 
virtual system architecture in testing.
    Marine Energy Systems for Sensors and Microgrids.--The 
Committee recognizes that a broader range of experimentation, 
prototyping, and development is necessary for powering maritime 
security systems, at-sea persistent surveillance and 
communications systems and for charging unmanned undersea 
vehicles. The Committee encourages the Secretary of the Navy to 
collaborate with affiliated research facilities to accelerate 
the development and incorporation of new novel energy 
technologies, such as marine hydrokinetic energy converters, 
for autonomous systems and tactical energy solutions.
    Active Vibration Control System.--The Committee encourages 
the Navy and Marine Corps to consider the benefits of reducing 
vibration in the V-22 engine nacelle to reduce maintenance 
degraders and increase operational readiness of the aircraft. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends an additional $5,000,000 to 
demonstrate and optimize an active vibration control solution 
within the overall nacelle improvement program.
    Command and Control Satellite Systems Cyber Security.--The 
Committee recognizes the vast, rapidly evolving space-based 
cybersecurity threat facing the U.S. and the direct threats 
this poses against the U.S. Government, critical infrastructure 
components, and the general economy for security critical 
functions. Therefore, the Committee recommends an additional 
$20,000,000 for the development of Command and Control 
Satellite Systems Cyber Security.
    Spectral and Reconnaissance Imagery for Tactical 
Exploitation.--The Committee recognizes the versatility and 
broad application spectral and reconnaissance imagery for 
tactical exploitation brings to the warfighter supporting 
intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance mission 
requirements. The Committee understands that certain 
capabilities are available for integration and testing on the 
Navy's RQ-21A Blackjack unmanned aircraft prior to completion 
of an entire end-to-end system. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends an additional $6,300,000 to prototype payloads for 
development into mission kits for the RQ-21A Blackjack. 
Additionally, these funds will provide for the field user 
evaluations and other operational testing requirements.
    High Pressure Cold Spray Systems.--The Committee notes that 
sustainment drives significant acquisition costs to ships and 
submarines, and understands that the utilization of high 
pressure cold spray systems for ship and submarine maintenance 
and repairs can result in significant cost savings. Therefore, 
the Committee recommends an additional $10,000,000 for this 
purpose.
    Advanced Additive Technologies for Sustainment of Navy 
Assets.--The Committee understands that to accelerate the 
delivery of technical capabilities for the warfighter in a 
timely manner, additional development of additive manufacturing 
is required. The Committee recommends an additional $20,000,000 
for this purpose.
    Cyber Vulnerability Assessments and Evaluations.--The 
Committee recognizes the importance of the Cyber Vulnerability 
Assessments and Evaluations program within Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy, which is intended to 
assess cyber vulnerabilities of major Navy weapons systems and 
critical shore infrastructure. The Committee supports full 
funding for these activities.
    Arctic Mobility.--The Committee notes that the Arctic Ocean 
continues to increase in strategic importance. The Committee 
understands that a new generation of capabilities is necessary 
to address the Navy's need for Arctic mobility, to include 
power projection, search and rescue, humanitarian and disaster 
relief, and logistical support for scientific research, 
particularly in remote regions. Therefore, the Committee 
directs the Secretary of the Navy to complete a comprehensive 
review no later than 90 days after enactment of this Act of the 
Navy's unmet requirements for the Arctic region and to provide 
a plan to the congressional defense committees to research, 
develop, prototype, test and evaluate materials and components 
capable of allowing sustained operation of advanced amphibious 
vehicles in Arctic, sub-zero temperature conditions.
    Nuclear Sea-launched Cruise Missile Analysis of 
Alternatives.--The Committee notes that the Navy's budget 
request includes $5,000,000 to begin an analysis of 
alternatives [AoA] for a new Nuclear Sea-launched Cruise 
Missile [SLCM-N] pursuant to the 2018 Nuclear Posture Review's 
call for the ``rapid development of a modern SLCM.'' The 
recommendation includes full funding for this request. The 
Committee directs the Director, Cost Analysis and Program 
Evaluation [CAPE] to brief the congressional defense and 
appropriations committees not later than 90 days after the 
enactment of this Act on the scope and terms of the AoA, to 
include evaluation criteria thereof. Further, the Committee 
directs the Comptroller General of the Government 
Accountability Office [GAO] to review these AoA scope and 
terms, and brief the congressional defense and appropriations 
committees not later than 60 days following the Director, CAPE 
briefings to the congressional defense and appropriations 
committees of the GAO findings.

         Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $41,229,475,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  45,616,122,000
Committee recommendation................................  45,446,727,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$45,446,727,000. This is $169,395,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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           RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, AIR FORCE
 
     BASIC RESEARCH
   1 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                         356,107         406,107         +50,000
   2 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                   158,859         158,859  ..............
   3 HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH INITIATIVES                             14,795          14,795  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       529,761         579,761         +50,000
 
     APPLIED RESEARCH
   4 MATERIALS                                                         128,851         210,351         +81,500
   5 AEROSPACE VEHICLE TECHNOLOGIES                                    147,724         157,724         +10,000
   6 HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS APPLIED RESEARCH                              131,795         134,795          +3,000
   7 AEROSPACE PROPULSION                                              198,775         219,775         +21,000
   8 AEROSPACE SENSORS                                                 202,912         214,912         +12,000
  10 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT--MAJOR HEADQUARTERS               7,968           7,968  ..............
  12 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS                                            142,772         142,772  ..............
  13 DIRECTED ENERGY TECHNOLOGY                                        124,379         124,379  ..............
  14 DOMINANT INFORMATION SCIENCES AND METHODS                         181,562         211,062         +29,500
  15 HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH                                         44,221          49,221          +5,000
  16 SPACE TECHNOLOGY                                                  124,667         154,667         +30,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                   1,435,626       1,627,626        +192,000
 
     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  17 ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR WEAPON SYSTEMS                              36,586          50,086         +13,500
  18 SUSTAINMENT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY [S&T]                           16,249          16,249  ..............
  19 ADVANCED AEROSPACE SENSORS                                         38,292          42,292          +4,000
  20 AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DEV/DEMO                                     102,949         202,949        +100,000
  21 AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND POWER TECHNOLOGY                         113,973         155,973         +42,000
  22 ELECTRONIC COMBAT TECHNOLOGY                                       48,408          48,408  ..............
  23 ADVANCED SPACECRAFT TECHNOLOGY                                     70,525          80,525         +10,000
  24 MAUI SPACE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM [MSSS]                              11,878          11,878  ..............
  25 HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                37,542          37,542  ..............
  26 CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                   225,817         225,817  ..............
  27 ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                        37,404          37,404  ..............
  28 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                                   43,116         105,716         +62,600
  29 BATTLESPACE KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT & DEMONSTRATION                  56,414          56,414  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                      839,153       1,071,253        +232,100
 
     ADVANCED COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT
  31 INTELLIGENCE ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                   5,672           5,672  ..............
  32 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY                                   27,085          27,085  ..............
  33 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT                                       4,955           4,955  ..............
  34 IBCM DLM/VAL                                                       44,109          44,109  ..............
  35 POLLUTION PREVENTION-DEM/VAL                               ..............           3,000          +3,000
  36 AIR FORCE WEATHER SERVICES RESEARCH                                   772             772  ..............
  37 ADVANCED ENGINE DEVELOPMENT                                       878,442         608,442        -270,000
  38 LONG RANGE STRIKE                                               3,003,899       2,898,099        -105,800
  39 DIRECTED ENERGY PROTOTYPING                                        10,000          24,000         +14,000
  40 HYPERSONICS PROTOTYPING                                           576,000         576,000  ..............
  41 INTEGRATED AVIONICS PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT                       92,600          92,600  ..............
  42 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY AND SENSORS                                    23,145          23,145  ..............
  43 NATIONAL AIRBORNE OPS CENTER [NAOC] RECAP                          16,669          12,669          -4,000
  44 TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER                                                23,614          27,614          +4,000
  45 HARD AND DEEPLY BURIED TARGET DEFEAT SYSTEM                       113,121         113,121  ..............
  46 CYBER RESILIENCY OF WEAPON SYSTEMS-ACS                             56,325          56,325  ..............
  47 DEPLOYMENT AND DISTRIBUTION ENTERPRISE R&D                         28,034          28,034  ..............
  48 TECH TRANSITION PROGRAM                                           128,476         179,476         +51,000
  49 GROUND BASED STRATEGIC DETERRENT                                  570,373         657,495         +87,122
  50 LIGHT ATTACK ARMED RECONNAISSANCE [LAAR] SQUADRONS                 35,000           2,000         -33,000
  51 NEXT GENERATION AIR DOMINANCE                                   1,000,000         960,000         -40,000
  52 THREE DIMENSIONAL LONG-RANGE RADAR                                 37,290          23,190         -14,100
  53 UNIFIED PLATFORM [UP]                                              10,000          10,000  ..............
  54 COMMON DATA LINK EXECUTIVE AGENT [CDL EA]                          36,910          36,910  ..............
  55 CYBERSPACE OPERATIONS FORCES AND FORCE SUPPORT                     35,000          35,000  ..............
  56 MISSION PARTNER ENVIRONMENTS                                        8,550           8,550  ..............
  57 CYBER OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                           198,864         240,064         +41,200
  58 ENABLED CYBER ACTIVITIES                                           16,632          16,632  ..............
  60 CONTRACTING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEM                          20,830          20,830  ..............
  61 GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM USER EQUIPMENT (SPACE)                  329,948         320,598          -9,350
  62 EO/IR WEATHER SYSTEMS                                             101,222  ..............        -101,222
  63 WEATHER SYSTEM FOLLOW-ON                                          225,660         205,660         -20,000
  64 SPACE SITUATION AWARENESS SYSTEMS                                  29,776          24,776          -5,000
  65 SPACE SYSTEMS PROTOTYPE TRANSITIONS [SSPT]                        142,045         142,045  ..............
  67 SPACE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY                                           64,231          59,231          -5,000
  68 SPACE SECURITY AND DEFENSE PROGRAM                                 56,385          46,385         -10,000
  69 PROTECTED TACTICAL ENTERPRISE SERVICE [PTES]                      105,003         105,003  ..............
  70 PROTECTED TACTICAL SERVICE [PTS]                                  173,694         163,694         -10,000
  71 EVOLVED STRATEGIC SATCOM [ESS]                                    172,206         172,206  ..............
  72 SPACE RAPID CAPABILITIES OFFICE                                    33,742           9,000         -24,742
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT                     8,436,279       7,984,387        -451,892
 
     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
  73 FUTURE ADVANCED WEAPON ANALYSIS & PROGRAMS                        246,200           5,000        -241,200
  74 INTEGRATED AVIONICS PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT                       67,782          67,782  ..............
  75 NUCLEAR WEAPONS SUPPORT                                             4,406           4,406  ..............
  76 ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT                                      2,066           2,066  ..............
  77 TACTICAL DATA NETWORKS ENTERPRISE                                 229,631         189,631         -40,000
  78 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT                                         9,700           9,700  ..............
  79 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB [SDB]                                          31,241          55,241         +24,000
  80 AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC ATTACK                                              2  ..............              -2
  81 ARMAMENT/ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT                                      28,043          28,043  ..............
  82 SUBMUNITIONS                                                        3,045           3,045  ..............
  83 AGILE COMBAT SUPPORT                                               19,944          26,944          +7,000
  84 LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS                                                8,624           8,624  ..............
  85 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES                                             37,365          52,365         +15,000
  86 F-35--EMD                                                           7,628           7,628  ..............
  87 LONG RANGE STANDOFF WEAPON                                        712,539         712,539  ..............
  88 ICBM FUZE MODERNIZATION                                           161,199         161,199  ..............
  89 JOINT TACTICAL NETWORK CENTER [JTNC]                                2,414           2,414  ..............
  91 OPEN ARCHITECTURE MANAGEMENT                                       30,000          30,000  ..............
  93 KC-46                                                              59,561          94,561         +35,000
  94 ADVANCED PILOT TRAINING                                           348,473         332,173         -16,300
  95 COMBAT RESCUE HELICOPTER                                          247,047         247,047  ..............
  98 B-2 DEFENSIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM                                   294,400         250,100         -44,300
  99 NUCLEAR WEAPONS MODERNIZATION                                      27,564          27,564  ..............
 100 MINUTEMAN SQUADRONS                                                     1               1  ..............
 101 F-15 EPAWSS                                                        47,322          47,322  ..............
 102 STAND IN ATTACK WEAPON                                            162,840         162,840  ..............
 103 FULL COMBAT MISSION TRAINING                                        9,797           9,797  ..............
 106 C-32 EXECUTIVE TRANSPORT RECAPITALIZATION                           9,930           9,930  ..............
 107 PRESIDENTIAL AIRCRAFT REPLACEMENT                                 757,923         757,923  ..............
 108 AUTOMATED TEST SYSTEMS                                              2,787           2,787  ..............
 109 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR                                      2,000           2,000  ..............
 110 GPS III FOLLOW ON [GPS IIIF]                                      462,875         447,875         -15,000
 111 SPACE SITUATION AWARENESS OPERATIONS                               76,829          56,829         -20,000
 112 COUNTERSPACE SYSTEMS                                               29,037          29,037  ..............
 113 WEATHER SYSTEM FOLLOW-ON                                            2,237           2,237  ..............
 114 SILENT BARKER                                                     412,894         362,894         -50,000
 116 ADVANCED EHF MILSATCOM (SPACE)                                    117,290         117,290  ..............
 117 POLAR MILSATCOM (SPACE)                                           427,400         401,400         -26,000
 118 WIDEBAND GLOBAL SATCOM (SPACE)                                      1,920           1,920  ..............
 119 SPACE BASED INFRARED SYSTEM [SBIRS] HIGH EMD                            1               1  ..............
 120 NEXT--GENERATION OPIR                                           1,395,278       1,930,778        +535,500
 122 NATIONAL SECURITY SPACE LAUNCH EMD                                432,009         462,009         +30,000
122A TACTICALLY RESPONSIVE LAUNCH OPERATIONS                    ..............          22,000         +22,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT            6,929,244       7,144,942        +215,698
 
     RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
 123 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT                                       59,693          59,693  ..............
 124 MAJOR T&E INVESTMENT                                              181,663          75,663        -106,000
 125 RAND PROJECT AIR FORCE                                             35,258          35,258  ..............
 127 INITIAL OPERATIONAL TEST & EVALUATION                              13,793          13,793  ..............
 128 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                                       717,895         717,895  ..............
 129 ACQ WORKFORCE--GLOBAL POWER                                       258,667         255,667          -3,000
 130 ACQ WORKFORCE--GLOBAL VIG & COMBAT SYS                            251,992         249,992          -2,000
 131 ACQ WORKFORCE--GLOBAL REACH                                       149,191         149,191  ..............
 132 ACQ WORKFORCE--CYBER, NETWORK, & BUS SYS                          235,360         235,360  ..............
 133 ACQ WORKFORCE--GLOBAL BATTLE MGMT                                 160,196         160,196  ..............
 134 ACQ WORKFORCE--CAPABILITY INTEGRATION                             220,255         228,255          +8,000
 135 ACQ WORKFORCE--ADVANCED PRGM TECHNOLOGY                            42,392          39,392          -3,000
 136 ACQ WORKFORCE--NUCLEAR SYSTEMS                                    133,231         133,231  ..............
 137 MANAGEMENT HQ--R&D                                                  5,590           5,590  ..............
 138 FACILITIES RESTORATION & MODERNIZATION--TEST & EVAL                88,445          88,445  ..............
 139 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT--TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT                29,424          29,424  ..............
 140 REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS AND MATURATION                               62,715          80,715         +18,000
 141 MANAGEMENT HQ--T&E                                                  5,013           5,013  ..............
 142 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SERVICES [EIS]                              17,128          10,628          -6,500
 143 ACQUISITION AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                                  5,913           5,913  ..............
 144 GENERAL SKILL TRAINING                                              1,475           6,475          +5,000
 146 INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES                                            4,071           4,071  ..............
 147 SPACE TEST AND TRAINING RANGE DEVELOPMENT                          19,942          19,942  ..............
 148 SPACE AND MISSILE CENTER [SMC] CIVILIAN WORKFORCE                 167,810         167,810  ..............
 149 SPACE & MISSILE SYSTEMS CENTER--MHA                                10,170          10,170  ..............
 150 ROCKET SYSTEMS LAUNCH PROGRAM (SPACE)                              13,192          13,192  ..............
 151 SPACE TEST PROGRAM [STP]                                           26,097          26,097  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                           2,916,571       2,827,071         -89,500
 
     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
 152 ADVANCED BATTLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM [ABMS]                           35,611          43,611          +8,000
 154 SPECIALIZED UNDERGRADUATE FLIGHT TRAINING                           2,584           2,584  ..............
 156 DEPLOYMENT & DISTRIBUTION ENTERPRISE R&D                              903             903  ..............
 157 F-35 C2D2                                                         694,455         588,511        -105,944
 158 AIR FORCE INTEGRATED MILITARY HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM               40,567          40,567  ..............
 159 ANTI-TAMPER TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE AGENCY                            47,193          47,193  ..............
 160 FOREIGN MATERIEL ACQUISITION AND EXPLOITATION                      70,083          70,083  ..............
 161 HC/MC-130 RECAP RDT&E                                              17,218          17,218  ..............
 162 NC3 INTEGRATION                                                    25,917          25,917  ..............
 164 B-52 SQUADRONS                                                    325,974         329,974          +4,000
 165 AIR-LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILE [ALCM]                                 10,217          10,217  ..............
 166 B-1B SQUADRONS                                                      1,000           1,000  ..............
 167 B-2 SQUADRONS                                                      97,276          98,076            +800
 168 MINUTEMAN SQUADRONS                                               128,961         104,219         -24,742
 170 WORLDWIDE JOINT STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS                           18,177          22,177          +4,000
 171 INTEGRATED STRATEGIC PLANNING & ANALYSIS NETWORK                   24,261          24,261  ..............
 172 ICBM REENTRY VEHICLES                                              75,571          41,271         -34,300
 174 UH-1N REPLACEMENT PROGRAM                                         170,975         170,975  ..............
 176 MQ-9 UAV                                                          154,996         127,296         -27,700
 178 A-10 SQUADRONS                                                     36,816          31,916          -4,900
 179 F-16 SQUADRONS                                                    193,013         193,013  ..............
 180 F-15E SQUADRONS                                                   336,079         694,229        +358,150
 181 MANNED DESTRUCTIVE SUPPRESSION                                     15,521          15,521  ..............
 182 F-22 SQUADRONS                                                    496,298         546,298         +50,000
 183 F-35 SQUADRONS                                                     99,943          99,943  ..............
 184 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES                                              10,314          10,314  ..............
 185 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE [AMRAAM]                  55,384          55,384  ..............
 186 COMBAT RESCUE--PARARESCUE                                             281             281  ..............
 187 AF TENCAP                                                          21,365          21,365  ..............
 188 PRECISION ATTACK SYSTEMS PROCUREMENT                               10,696          10,696  ..............
 189 COMPASS CALL                                                       15,888          31,888         +16,000
 190 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                     112,505         112,505  ..............
 191 JOINT AIR-TO-SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE [JASSM]                      78,498          78,498  ..............
 192 AIR AND SPACE OPERATIONS CENTER [AOC]                             114,864         114,864  ..............
 193 CONTROL AND REPORTING CENTER [CRC]                                  8,109           8,109  ..............
 194 AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM [AWACS]                        67,996          67,996  ..............
 195 TACTICAL AIRBORNE CONTROL SYSTEMS                                   2,462           2,462  ..............
 197 COMBAT AIR INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM ACTIVITIES                          13,668          13,668  ..............
 198 TACTICAL AIR CONTROL PARTY--MOD                                     6,217           4,117          -2,100
 200 DCAPES                                                             19,910          19,910  ..............
 201 NATIONAL TECHNICAL NUCLEAR FORENSICS                                1,788           1,788  ..............
 202 SEEK EAGLE                                                         28,237          28,237  ..............
 203 USAF MODELING AND SIMULATION                                       15,725          15,725  ..............
 204 WARGAMING AND SIMULATION CENTERS                                    4,316           4,316  ..............
 205 BATTLEFIELD ABN COMM NODE [BACN]                                   26,946          26,946  ..............
 206 DISTRIBUTED TRAINING AND EXERCISES                                  4,303           4,303  ..............
 207 MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS                                           71,465          71,465  ..............
 208 TACTICAL DECEPTION                                                  7,446           7,446  ..............
 209 OPERATIONAL HG--CYBER                                               7,602           7,602  ..............
 210 DISTRIBUTED CYBER WARFARE OPERATIONS                               35,178          35,178  ..............
 211 AF DEFENSIVE CYBERSPACE OPERATIONS                                 16,609          44,109         +27,500
 212 JOINT CYBER COMMAND AND CONTROL [JCC2]                             11,603          11,603  ..............
 213 UNIFIED PLATFORM [UP]                                              84,702          84,702  ..............
 219 GEOBASE                                                             2,723           2,723  ..............
 220 NUCLEAR PLANNING AND EXECUTION SYSTEM [NPES]                       44,190          44,190  ..............
 226 AIR FORCE SPACE AND CYBER NON-TRADITIONAL ISR FOR                   3,575           3,575  ..............
      BATTLESPACE AWARENESS
 227 E-4B NATIONAL AIRBORNE OPERATIONS CENTER [NAOC]                    70,173          42,623         -27,550
 228 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK                 13,543          13,543  ..............
 229 HIGH FREQUENCY RADIO SYSTEMS                                       15,881          15,881  ..............
 230 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                               27,726          27,726  ..............
 232 GLOBAL FORCE MANAGEMENT--DATA INITIATIVE                            2,210           2,210  ..............
 234 MULTI DOMAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL [MDC2]                           150,880         110,880         -40,000
 235 AIRBORNE SIGINT ENTERPRISE                                        102,667         102,667  ..............
 236 COMMERCIAL ECONOMIC ANALYSIS                                        3,431           3,431  ..............
 239 C2 AIR OPERATIONS SUITE--C2 INFO SERVICES                           9,313           9,313  ..............
 240 CCMD INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                            1,121           1,121  ..............
 241 ISR MODERNIZATION & AUTOMATION DVMT [IMAD]                         19,000          19,000  ..............
 242 GLOBAL AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT [GATM]                                4,544           4,544  ..............
 243 WEATHER SERVICE                                                    25,461          27,461          +2,000
 244 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL, APPROACH, & LANDING SYSTEM [ATC]               5,651           5,651  ..............
 245 AERIAL TARGETS                                                      7,448           7,448  ..............
 248 SECURITY AND INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITIES                                 425             425  ..............
 249 ARMS CONTROL IMPLEMENTATION                                        54,546          54,546  ..............
 250 DEFENSE JOINT COUNTERINTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES                        6,858           6,858  ..............
 252 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE                                        8,728           8,728  ..............
 253 DRAGON U-2                                                         38,939          33,839          -5,100
 254 ENDURANCE UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES                         ..............          15,000         +15,000
 255 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                   122,909         122,909  ..............
 256 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS                                      11,787          11,787  ..............
 257 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEMS                          25,009          25,009  ..............
 258 RQ-4 UAV                                                          191,733         191,733  ..............
 259 NETWORK-CENTRIC COLLABORATIVE TARGET [TIARA]                       10,757          10,757  ..............
 260 NATO AGS                                                           32,567          32,567  ..............
 261 SUPPORT TO DCGS ENTERPRISE                                         37,774          37,774  ..............
 262 INTERNATIONAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURES            13,515          13,515  ..............
 263 RAPID CYBER ACQUISITION                                             4,383           4,383  ..............
 264 PERSONNEL RECOVERY COMMAND & CTRL [PRC2]                            2,133           2,133  ..............
 265 INTELLIGENCE MISSION DATA [IMD]                                     8,614           8,614  ..............
 266 C-130 AIRLIFT SQUADRON                                            140,425         101,425         -39,000
 267 C-5 AIRLIFT SQUADRONS                                              10,223          10,223  ..............
 268 C-17 AIRCRAFT                                                      25,101          25,101  ..............
 269 C-130J PROGRAM                                                      8,640           8,640  ..............
 270 LARGE AIRCRAFT IR COUNTERMEASURES [LAIRCM]                          5,424           5,424  ..............
 272 KC-10S                                                                 20              20  ..............
 274 CV-22                                                              17,906          17,906  ..............
 276 SPECIAL TACTICS/COMBAT CONTROL                                      3,629           3,629  ..............
 277 DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)                                          1,890           1,890  ..............
 278 MAINTENANCE, REPAIR & OVERHAUL SYSTEM                              10,311          10,311  ..............
 279 LOGISTICS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY [LOGIT]                           16,065          16,065  ..............
 280 SUPPORT SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                           539             539  ..............
 281 OTHER FLIGHT TRAINING                                               2,057           2,057  ..............
 282 OTHER PERSONNEL ACTIVITIES                                             10              10  ..............
 283 JOINT PERSONNEL RECOVERY AGENCY                                     2,060           2,060  ..............
 284 CIVILIAN COMPENSATION PROGRAM                                       3,809           3,809  ..............
 285 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION                                            6,476           4,376          -2,100
 286 AIR FORCE STUDIES AND ANALYSIS AGENCY                               1,443           1,443  ..............
 287 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                9,323           9,323  ..............
 288 DEFENSE ENTERPRISE ACNTNG AND MGT SYS [DEAMS]                      46,789          42,789          -4,000
 289 GLOBAL SENSOR INTEGRATED ON NETWORK [GSIN]                          3,647           3,647  ..............
 290 SERVICE SUPPORT TO STRATCOM--SPACE ACTIVITIES                         988             988  ..............
 291 SERVICE SUPPORT TO SPACECOM ACTIVITIES                             11,863          11,863  ..............
 293 FAMILY OF ADVANCED BLOS TERMINALS [FAB-T]                         197,388         177,388         -20,000
 294 SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK (SPACE)                                  61,891          56,891          -5,000
 297 SPACE AND MISSILE TEST AND EVALUATION CENTER                        4,566           4,566  ..............
 298 SPACE INNOVATION, INTEGRATION AND RAPID TECHNOLOGY                 43,292          38,292          -5,000
      DEVELOPMENT
 300 SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM (SPACE)                                     10,837          20,837         +10,000
 301 GPS III SPACE SEGMENT                                              42,440          42,440  ..............
 302 SPACE SUPERIORITY INTELLIGENCE                                     14,428          14,428  ..............
 303 SPACE C2                                                           72,762          72,762  ..............
 304 NATIONAL SPACE DEFENSE CENTER                                       2,653           2,653  ..............
 306 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE RADARS                                   15,881          15,881  ..............
 308 NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM (SPACE)                                     49,300          49,300  ..............
 309 SPACE SITUATION AWARENESS OPERATIONS                               17,834          14,834          -3,000
 310 GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM III--OPERATIONAL CONTROL                445,302         445,302  ..............
      SEGMENT
 311 ENTERPRISE GROUND SERVICES                                        138,870          88,870         -50,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    6,499,982       6,594,996         +95,014
 
9999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                            18,029,506      17,616,691        -412,815
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, AIR           45,616,122      45,446,727        -169,395
            FORCE
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                2020 budget       Committee        Change from
 Line                           Item                              estimate      recommendation   budget estimate
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    1 Defense Research Sciences                                     356,107          406,107          +50,000
          Basic research program increase                   ...............  ...............          +50,000
    4 Materials                                                     128,851          210,351          +81,500
          Program increase: Additive manufacturing          ...............  ...............          +20,000
          Program increase: Thermal protection for          ...............  ...............          +10,000
           hypersonic vehicles
          Program increase: High performance materials      ...............  ...............           +8,000
          Program increase: Minority leaders program        ...............  ...............           +8,500
          Program increase: Certification of advanced       ...............  ...............          +15,000
           composites
          Program increase: Advanced aerospace composite    ...............  ...............          +10,000
           structures
          Program increase: Coating technologies            ...............  ...............          +10,000
    5 Aerospace Vehicle Technologies                                147,724          157,724          +10,000
          Program increase: Hypersonic vehicle structures   ...............  ...............          +10,000
    6 Human Effectiveness Applied Research                          131,795          134,795           +3,000
          Program increase: Advanced technology             ...............  ...............           +3,000
           development
    7 Aerospace Propulsion                                          198,775          219,775          +21,000
          Program increase: Next generation Hall thrusters  ...............  ...............          +14,000
          Program increase: Thermal management              ...............  ...............           +7,000
           technologies
    8 Aerospace Sensors                                             202,912          214,912          +12,000
          Program increase: RF spectrum situational         ...............  ...............          +12,000
           awareness
   14 Dominant Information Sciences and Methods                     181,562          211,062          +29,500
          Program increase: Artificial intelligence/        ...............  ...............           +8,000
           machine learning accelerator
          Program increase: Combat cloud technology         ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Program increase: Quantum Computing Center of     ...............  ...............           +8,000
           Excellence
          Program increase: Quantum communications          ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Program increase: Quantum cryptography            ...............  ...............           +7,000
   15 High Energy Laser Research                                     44,221           49,221           +5,000
          Program increase: Directed energy fiber lasers    ...............  ...............           +5,000
   16 Space Technology                                              124,667          154,667          +30,000
          Program increase: Repurposed upper stage          ...............  ...............          +10,000
           spacecraft bus
          Program increase: Resilient space structure       ...............  ...............          +15,000
           architecture
          Program increase: Space situational awareness     ...............  ...............           +5,000
           research
   17 Advanced Materials for Weapon Systems                          36,586           50,086          +13,500
          Program increase: Advanced ballistic eyewear      ...............  ...............           +2,500
          Program increase: Artificial intelligence         ...............  ...............           +2,000
           enhanced life cycle management
          Program increase: Composites technology           ...............  ...............           +9,000
   19 Advanced Aerospace Sensors                                     38,292           42,292           +4,000
          Program increase: Sensor integration to support   ...............  ...............           +4,000
           ISR operations
   20 Aerospace Technology Dev/Demo                                 102,949          202,949         +100,000
          Program increase: Low cost attritable aircraft    ...............  ...............         +100,000
           technology
   21 Aerospace Propulsion and Power Technology                     113,973          155,973          +42,000
          Program increase: Silicon carbide research        ...............  ...............          +15,000
          Program increase: Chemical apogee engines         ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: Space propulsion technologies   ...............  ...............           +2,000
          Program increase: Upper stage engine technology   ...............  ...............          +20,000
   23 Advanced Spacecraft Technology                                 70,525           80,525          +10,000
          Program increase: Radiation hardened memory       ...............  ...............          +10,000
   28 Manufacturing Technology Program                               43,116          105,716          +62,600
          Program increase: Materials development research  ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: F-35 battery technology         ...............  ...............           +9,800
          Program increase: Low cost manufacturing methods  ...............  ...............           +8,000
           for hypersonic vehicle components
          Program increase: Flexible hybrid electronics     ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: Aerospace composite structures  ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Program increase: Certification of bonded         ...............  ...............           +5,000
           aircraft structures
          Program increase: Industrialization of ceramic    ...............  ...............          +10,000
           matrix composites for hypersonic weapons
          Program increase: Thermal batteries               ...............  ...............           +4,800
          Program increase: Technologies to repair          ...............  ...............           +5,000
           fastener holes
          Program increase: Modeling technology for small   ...............  ...............           +5,000
           turbine engines
   35 Pollution Prevention--Dem/Val                         ...............            3,000           +3,000
          Program increase: Alternative energy aircraft     ...............  ...............           +3,000
           tugs
   37 Advanced Engine Development                                   878,442          608,442         -270,000
          Maintain program affordability: Funding excess    ...............  ...............         -270,000
           to need
   38 Long Range Strike--Bomber                                   3,003,899        2,898,099         -105,800
          Classified adjustment                             ...............  ...............         -105,800
   39 Directed Energy Prototyping                                    10,000           24,000          +14,000
          Program increase: Counter-UAS targeting solution  ...............  ...............          +14,000
   43 National Airborne Ops Center [NAOC] Recap                      16,669           12,669           -4,000
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............           -4,000
           growth
   44 Technology Transfer                                            23,614           27,614           +4,000
          Program increase: Technology partnerships         ...............  ...............           +4,000
   48 Tech Transition Program                                       128,476          179,476          +51,000
          Program increase: Rapid sustainment office        ...............  ...............          +20,000
          Program increase: Reliable power for critical     ...............  ...............           +6,000
           infrastructure
          Program increase: Logistics technologies          ...............  ...............          +12,000
          Program increase: Small satellite manufacturing   ...............  ...............           +8,000
          Program increase: Directed energy                 ...............  ...............           +5,000
           experimentation
   49 Ground Based Strategic Deterrent                              570,373          657,495          +87,122
          Program increase: Risk reduction                  ...............  ...............          +65,100
          Air Force requested transfer from line 168        ...............  ...............          +22,022
   50 Light Attack Armed Reconnaissance [LAAR] Squadrons             35,000            2,000          -33,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unclear     ...............  ...............          -33,000
           acquisition strategy
   51 Next Generation Air Dominance                               1,000,000          960,000          -40,000
          Classified adjustment                             ...............  ...............          -40,000
   52 Three Dimensional Long-Range Radar [3DELRR]                    37,290           23,190          -14,100
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Schedule    ...............  ...............          -14,100
           slip
   57 Cyber Operations Technology Development                       198,864          240,064          +41,200
          Program increase: Joint common access platform    ...............  ...............          +20,500
          Program increase: Cyber National Mission Force    ...............  ...............          +13,600
           capability acceleration plan
          Program increase: ETERNALDARKNESS                 ...............  ...............           +7,100
   61 Global Positioning System User Equipment (SPACE)              329,948          320,598           -9,350
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............           -9,350
           growth
   62 EO/IR Weather Systems                                         101,222  ...............         -101,222
          Transfer to SPAF: EO/IR weather                   ...............  ...............         -101,222
   63 Weather System Follow-on                                      225,660          205,660          -20,000
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............          -20,000
           growth
   64 Space Situation Awareness Systems                              29,776           24,776           -5,000
          Maintain program affordability: Management        ...............  ...............           -5,000
           services unjustified growth
   67 Space Control Technology                                       64,231           59,231           -5,000
          Improving funds management: Prior year carryover  ...............  ...............           -5,000
   68 Space Security and Defense Program                             56,385           46,385          -10,000
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............          -10,000
           growth
   70 Protected Tactical Service [PTS]                              173,694          163,694          -10,000
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............          -10,000
           growth
   72 Space Rapid Capabilities Office                                33,742            9,000          -24,742
          Program termination: ORS-8                        ...............  ...............          -24,742
   73 Future Advanced Weapon Analysis & Programs                    246,200            5,000         -241,200
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Program     ...............  ...............         -241,200
           termination
   77 Tactical Data Networks Enterprise                             229,631          189,631          -40,000
          Improving funds management: Forward financed      ...............  ...............          -40,000
   79 Small Diameter Bomb [SDB] --EMD                                31,241           55,241          +24,000
          Program increase: Precise navigation              ...............  ...............           +4,000
          Program increase: Seeker cost reduction           ...............  ...............          +20,000
           initiative
   80 Airborne Electronic Attack                                          2  ...............               -2
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............               -2
           request
   83 Agile Combat Support                                           19,944           26,944           +7,000
          Program increase: Multi-modal threat detection    ...............  ...............           +7,000
           and mitigation
   85 Combat Training Ranges                                         37,365           52,365          +15,000
          Program increase: F-35 advanced threat simulator  ...............  ...............          +15,000
   93 KC-46                                                          59,561           94,561          +35,000
          Program increase: Boom telescope actuator         ...............  ...............          +35,000
   94 Advanced Pilot Training                                       348,473          332,173          -16,300
          Improving funds management: Forward financed      ...............  ...............          -16,300
   98 B-2 Defensive Management System                               294,400          250,100          -44,300
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............          -34,300
           growth in management services
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Test and    ...............  ...............          -10,000
           evaluation funding early to need
  110 GPS III Follow-On [GPS IIIF]                                  462,875          447,875          -15,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Early to    ...............  ...............          -15,000
           need
  111 Space Situation Awareness Operations                           76,829           56,829          -20,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Forward     ...............  ...............          -20,000
           financed
  114 Silent Barker                                                 412,894          362,894          -50,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Phase II    ...............  ...............          -50,000
           phasing
  117 Polar MILSATCOM (SPACE)                                       427,400          401,400          -26,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Prior year  ...............  ...............          -26,000
           carryover
  120 Next Generation OPIR                                        1,395,278        1,930,778         +535,500
          Program increase                                  ...............  ...............         +535,500
  122 National Security Space Launch Program (SPACE)--EMD           432,009          462,009          +30,000
          Program increase: Next Generation Rocket Engine   ...............  ...............          +30,000
           Risk Reduction
 122A Tactically Responsive Launch Operations               ...............           22,000          +22,000
          Program increase: Venture Class Launch Service    ...............  ...............          +22,000
  124 Major T&E Investment                                          181,663           75,663         -106,000
          Program increase: Avionics cyber range            ...............  ...............           +5,000
          Transfer to Military Construction Appropriations  ...............  ...............         -111,000
           bill for three projects utilizing the FY 2017
           Defense Laboratory Modernization Pilot Program
  129 Acq Workforce- Global Power                                   258,667          255,667           -3,000
          Transfer: Air Force requested to RDTE line 134    ...............  ...............           -3,000
  130 Acq Workforce- Global Vig & Combat Sys                        251,992          249,992           -2,000
          Transfer: Air Force requested to RDTE line 134    ...............  ...............           -2,000
  134 Acq Workforce- Capability Integration                         220,255          228,255           +8,000
          Transfer: Air Force requested from RDTE lines     ...............  ...............           +8,000
           129, 130, and 135
  135 Acq Workforce- Advanced Prgm Technology                        42,392           39,392           -3,000
          Transfer: Air Force requested to RDTE line 134    ...............  ...............           -3,000
  140 Requirements Analysis and Maturation                           62,715           80,715          +18,000
          Program increase: Nuclear deterrence research     ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Program increase: Nuclear modernization           ...............  ...............           +8,000
           analytics
  142 ENTEPRISE INFORMATION SERVICES [EIS]                           17,128           10,628           -6,500
          Improving funds management: Forward financed      ...............  ...............           -6,500
  144 General Skill Training                                          1,475            6,475           +5,000
          Program increase: Integrated training and         ...............  ...............           +5,000
           maintenance support systems
  152 Advanced Battle Management System [ABMS]                       35,611           43,611           +8,000
          Program increase: Requirements refinement and     ...............  ...............           +8,000
           technology identification
  157 F-35 C2D2                                                     694,455          588,511         -105,944
          Maintain program affordability: Prior year        ...............  ...............         -105,944
           execution delays
  164 B-52 Squadrons                                                325,974          329,974           +4,000
          Program increase: Global Strike Innovation Hub    ...............  ...............           +4,000
  167 B-2 Squadrons                                                  97,276           98,076             +800
          Program increase: B-2 training modernization      ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Airspace    ...............  ...............           -9,200
           compliance schedule delay
  168 Minuteman Squadrons                                           128,961          104,219          -24,742
          Air Force requested transfer to line 49           ...............  ...............          -22,022
          Maintain program affordability: Launch Control    ...............  ...............           -2,720
           Center Block Upgrade excess to need
  170 Worldwide Joint Strategic Communications                       18,177           22,177           +4,000
          Program increase: NC3 architecture development    ...............  ...............           +8,000
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............           -4,000
           growth in the Strategic Automated Command and
           Control System Replacement program
  172 ICBM Reentry Vehicles                                          75,571           41,271          -34,300
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Change in   ...............  ...............          -34,300
           acquisition strategy
  176 MQ-9 UAV                                                      154,996          127,296          -27,700
          Maintain program affordability: Upgrade Program   ...............  ...............          -27,700
           excess to need
  178 A-10 Squadrons                                                 36,816           31,916           -4,900
          Improving funds management: Forward financed      ...............  ...............           -4,900
  180 F-15E Squadrons                                               336,079          694,229         +358,150
          Program increase: GPS anti-jam technology         ...............  ...............          +10,000
          Maintain program affordability: Unjustified       ...............  ...............          -16,250
           growth in the Mobile User Objective System
          Transfer of two test aircraft and non-recurring   ...............  ...............         +364,400
           engineering from APAF Line 3
  182 F-22A Squadrons                                               496,298          546,298          +50,000
          Transfer F-22A Modernization: AF requested from   ...............  ...............          +50,000
           APAF Line 28
  189 Compass Call                                                   15,888           31,888          +16,000
          Program increase: Accelerate EC-37B baseline 4    ...............  ...............          +16,000
           aircraft
  198 Tactical Air Control Party-Mod                                  6,217            4,117           -2,100
          Improving funds management: Forward financed      ...............  ...............           -2,100
  211 AF Defensive Cyberspace Operations                             16,609           44,109          +27,500
          Program increase: Critical infrastructure cyber   ...............  ...............          +12,500
           security
          Program increase: Cyber resilient space           ...............  ...............          +15,000
           architecture
  227 E-4B National Airborne Operations Center [NAOC]                70,173           42,623          -27,550
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Unclear     ...............  ...............          -27,550
           acquisition strategy
  234 Multi Domain Command and Control [MDC2]                       150,880          110,880          -40,000
          Transfer: Air Force requested to OMAF SAG 11C     ...............  ...............          -40,000
  243 Weather Service                                                25,461           27,461           +2,000
          Program increase: Research on atmospheric rivers  ...............  ...............           +2,000
  253 Dragon U-2                                                     38,939           33,839           -5,100
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Avionics    ...............  ...............           -5,100
           tech refresh schedule delays
  254 Endurance Unmanned Aerial Vehicles                    ...............           15,000          +15,000
          Program Increase: Ultra-long endurance aircraft   ...............  ...............          +15,000
  266 C-130 Airlift Squadron                                        140,425          101,425          -39,000
          Maintain program affordability: Contract award    ...............  ...............          -39,000
           savings
  285 Personnel Administration                                        6,476            4,376           -2,100
          Improving funds management: Forward financed      ...............  ...............           -2,100
  288 Defense Enterprise Acntng and Mgt Sys [DEAMS]                  46,789           42,789           -4,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Increment   ...............  ...............           -4,000
           1 schedule delay
  293 Family of Advanced BLoS Terminals [FAB-T]                     197,388          177,388          -20,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: FET         ...............  ...............          -20,000
           schedule slip
  294 Satellite Control Network (SPACE)                              61,891           56,891           -5,000
          Maintain program affordability: DCO-S             ...............  ...............           -5,000
           unjustified growth
  298 Space Innovation, Integration and Rapid Technology             43,292           38,292           -5,000
       Development
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Forward     ...............  ...............           -5,000
           financed
  300 Spacelift Range System (SPACE)                                 10,837           20,837          +10,000
          Program Increase: Space launch range services     ...............  ...............          +10,000
           and capabilities
  309 Space Situation Awareness Operations                           17,834           14,834           -3,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Contract    ...............  ...............           -3,000
           award delay GSW
  311 Enterprise Ground Services                                    138,870           88,870          -50,000
          Restoring acquisition accountability: Contract    ...............  ...............          -50,000
           award delay
      Classified Programs                                        18,029,506       17,616,691         -412,815
          Classified adjustment                             ...............  ...............         -412,815
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    Warfighter Physiological Performance.--The Committee 
recognizes that physiological performance is a key factor in 
warfighter mission readiness. The Committee supports efforts to 
utilize sensor technologies to monitor the physiological 
condition of warfighters but notes a capability gap in 
predicting operational human performance. The Committee 
encourages the Secretary of the Air Force to develop and refine 
physiological algorithms to provide measures of real-time human 
performance and operational readiness when accompanied with 
current and future sensor technologies.
    Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems Research.--The Committee 
recognizes the critical importance of developing new 
technologies to detect and counter adversarial unmanned aerial 
systems [UAS] as individual or swarm threats. The Committee 
notes that countering UAS operations presents a special series 
of unmet communications, command and control, cyber, and 
computation and intelligence challenges at the tactical edge. 
The Committee encourages the Air Force Research Laboratory 
Information Directorate to continue research and development 
into the detection and countering of UAS using advanced 
technologies to facilitate geo-location detection, determine 
individual and swarm behavior, dissect swarms to identify 
critical nodes, situational awareness, and mission intent.
    Thermal Protection Systems.--The Committee understands that 
thermal protection systems are critical for future hypersonic 
and space vehicles. The Secretary of the Air Force is 
encouraged to consider the production processes needed to 
manufacture such capabilities and make key investments that 
will further develop and transition novel thermal protection 
systems into weapon systems.
    Advanced Engine.--The fiscal year 2020 President's budget 
request includes $878,442,000 for the Adaptive Engine 
Transition Program [AETP]. The Committee continues to support 
research and development in the next generation of turbine 
engine technology that will provide fighter aircraft more 
thrust and range, while being more energy efficient. The 
Committee understands that the Department plans to conclude the 
AETP program in fiscal year 2021 with the ground testing of 
prototype engines. Despite the Committee encouraging the Air 
Force to identify current and future programs for this 
technology insertion (Senate Report 114-263), no programs, 
including the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, are either signaling a 
demand for the next generation engine or budgeting appropriate 
resources to transition the engine in the future years defense 
program. Failure to transition the AETP program into production 
would constitute a severely missed opportunity to capitalize on 
more than $4,000,000,000 in research and development, and open 
the door to our adversaries to eclipse fielded U.S. engine 
technology in the coming years. The Committee finds these 
consequences to be unacceptable. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends a reduction of $270,000,000 to reflect the lack of a 
transition plan and directs the Secretary of the Air Force to 
provide, as part of the Department's fiscal year 2021 budget 
submission, a roadmap to transition the research and 
development accomplished under AETP and the previous Adaptive 
Engine Technology Development Program. The roadmap should 
clearly articulate the way forward with an advanced engine and 
provide updated cost, schedule, competition, and transition 
plans to other programs that will support advanced engine 
development, engineering and manufacturing development, and/or 
production activities.
    Technology Transfer.--The Committee recognizes the 
importance of technology transfer between the Federal 
Government and non-Federal entities, such as academia, 
nonprofit organizations, and State and local governments. 
Technology transfer lowers the cost of new defense-related 
technology development and ensures that taxpayer investments in 
research and development benefit the economy and the industrial 
base. The Committee encourages the Secretary of Defense to 
continue support of technology transfer programs by allocating 
sufficient funding and leveraging the work being performed by 
Federal laboratories.
    Light Attack Aircraft.--The fiscal year 2020 President's 
budget request includes $35,000,000 in research, development, 
test and evaluation funding to continue and expand the Light 
Attack Program experimentation campaign. The Air Force began to 
experiment with light attack aircraft in 2017 to consider ways 
to lessen the operational requirements of 4th and 5th 
generation fighter aircraft in more permissive and austere 
environments and to strengthen international partner 
capabilities, both goals supported in the 2018 National Defense 
Strategy. The Air Force determined that non-developmental, 
turbo-prop aircraft provided a low-cost and rapid fielding 
option, while supporting the intended mission sets of the 
experiment. Following the two experiments, it was also the 
Committee's understanding that the Air Force planned to 
leverage section 804 authority to release a Request for 
Proposal [RFP] before the end of 2018, award a procurement 
contract for light attack aircraft before the end of 2019, and 
begin fielding a capability by fiscal year 2022. However, the 
RFP was never released, and the fiscal year 2020 President's 
budget requested funding to continue and expand the experiment 
but delayed procurement of aircraft to fiscal year 2022.
    The Committee does not support a continued or expanded 
experiment and only recommends $2,000,000 in RDT&E funding to 
support the continued development of a secure and exportable 
tactical network, which compliments a light attack capability. 
If the Air Force wants to consider other platforms, such as 
rotary-wing or unmanned aircraft, neither of which tend to be 
exportable to foreign partners nor offset the need for high-end 
aircraft, the Committee encourages the Air Force to first 
develop a requirement, rather than rely on undefined 
experiments to determine a requirement.
    The Committee recently supported a reprogramming request to 
shift prior year congressional add funding to the Aircraft 
Procurement, Air Force account in order for the Air Force to be 
able to execute its current plan to procure six turbo-prop 
aircraft with fiscal year 2018 and 2019 funding. The Committee 
directs the Secretary of the Air Force to carry out this plan 
and to provide necessary certifications of both types of turbo-
prop aircraft used in the second experiment. Further, the 
Committee recommends an additional $210,000,000 in procurement 
funding to procure six additional turbo-prop aircraft and 
encourages the Air Force to revert back to the fiscal year 2019 
plan and fund the acquisition program in fiscal year 2021 
budget request. The Committee also directs the Secretary of the 
Air Force to submit a report to the congressional defense 
committees not later than 90 days after enactment of this act 
on a revised light attack aircraft program plan, to include 
updated costs, schedules, and procurement profiles as well as 
the intended missions to be supported with a light attack 
capability.
    Advanced Battle Management System.--The Committee continues 
to support the Air Force's new approach to command and control 
in anti-access/area denial locations, the Advanced Battle 
Management System [ABMS]. The Committee notes the Air Force's 
efforts to outline the short, medium, and long-term phases of 
the program and establish an architect to oversee multiple 
programs across domains. The Committee supports the Air Force's 
long-term vision of resilient and survivable networks against 
near peer competitors. However, the Committee is concerned with 
the near-term requirements of the first phase, given 
disconnects between the Air Force's congressional reports on 
ABMS and the fiscal year 2020 budget request. Therefore, the 
Committee recommends an additional $8,000,000 for requirements 
refinement and technology identification.
    Further, with the submission of the fiscal year 2021 budget 
request, the Committee directs the Secretary of the Air Force 
to submit a report summarizing all related programs in 
communications, battle management command and control, and 
sensors that fall within the ABMS umbrella across the future 
years defense program. The report should reference program 
element funding lines and clearly link all activities with 
funding lines in the fiscal year 2021 budget justification 
documents. It should also clearly articulate all phase one 
efforts, including initial operational capability timelines, 
the status of related legacy activities, and linkages to 
classified activities.
    UH-1N Replacement Program.--The Committee supports the UH-
1N Replacement Program that will replace the Air Force fleet of 
UH-1N aircraft with modern helicopters and close significant 
mission capability gaps, including range, speed, endurance, and 
troop capacity. The Committee is pleased that the Air Force 
awarded a UH-1N replacement procurement contract in 2018 to 
improve the security and surveillance of U.S. nuclear missile 
fields and nuclear weapons convoys as well as support the U.S. 
government continuity of operations mission in the National 
Capital Region. The Committee encourages the Air Force to 
maintain the current test and fielding plan to achieve an 
initial operational capability in 2023 and consider efforts to 
accelerate the schedule, when appropriate.

                             SPACE PROGRAMS

    National Security Space Launch.--The Committee supports the 
Air Force's acquisition strategy for next generation launch 
vehicles and launch service procurement for National Security 
Space Launch as the best path forward for transitioning from 
the Russian RD-180 engine, increasing competition, and reducing 
launch costs, while maintaining assured access to space. In 
particular, the Committee supports the requirement that launch 
providers must be able to meet all national security space 
launch requirements, including the delivery into space of any 
national security payload designated by the Secretary of 
Defense or the Director of National Intelligence, as is 
codified in 10 U.S.C. 2273. The Committee is concerned that 
efforts to legislatively alter the competitive and transparent 
source selection process would undermine the integrity of the 
previously awarded Launch Service Agreement development 
contracts and risk delaying transition from the RD-180 engine 
and critical integration timelines of national security 
missions with new launch systems. Therefore, the Committee 
urges the Department to maintain the current acquisition 
schedule and mission performance requirements. The Committee 
opposes modifications to the Air Force strategy that would 
confine the Phase 2 launch service procurement to fewer than 
the planned 34 missions. Such a change would increase per-
launch costs while simultaneously introducing risks and costs 
for certain national security payloads.
    Next-Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared.--The 
Committee remains supportive of the Air Force's efforts to 
provide improved missile warning capabilities that are more 
survivable against emerging threats. However, the Committee is 
concerned that appropriately funding Next-Generation Overhead 
Persistent Infrared [Next-Gen OPIR] to achieve the program's 
rapid acquisition goals has not been a priority for the 
Department of Defense. While the AF requested $1,395,278,000, a 
substantial increase over the fiscal year 2019 budget of 
$643,126,000, the request was still more than $630,000,000 
short of the full program need. The Committee believes the 
program will be a exemplar for rapid acquisition of space 
programs, whether the program succeeds or fails. Failure will 
have implications for Congress's willingness to fund future 
programs using the National Defense Authorization Act section 
804 rapid prototyping and fielding authorities for similarly 
large, or even middle tier programs, for years to come. 
Alternatively, if the program is to have any chance of success, 
the Department cannot continue to rely on reprogramming 
requests for its funding. Therefore the Committee recommends 
$1,930,778,000 for Next-Gen OPIR, an increase of $535,500,000. 
The Committee expects the Department to fully fund the program 
in fiscal year 2021. The Committee continues to designate Next-
Gen OPIR as a congressional special interest item and continues 
to direct the Secretary of the Air Force to provide quarterly 
briefings to the congressional defense committees detailing 
progress against cost and schedule milestones.
    Electro Optical/Infrared Weather Strategy.--The Committee 
is concerned about the Air Force's electro optical/infrared 
[EO/IR] weather acquisition strategy. After several years of 
fits and starts, the fiscal year 2019 budget request seemed to 
have a viable path forward for interim and long-term solutions 
to meet EO/IR weather gaps. Due to contract challenges with the 
interim solution, however, the Air Force abandoned the strategy 
as laid out in the fiscal year 2019 and 2020 budget submissions 
and recently submitted, informally, its latest plan, a 
distributed low earth orbit solution. While the Committee 
appreciates some aspects of this new acquisition plan, in 
particular, leveraging commercial investment via weather data 
as a service, the Committee is concerned about the Department's 
shift to what may be an overreliance on notional small 
satellite constellations for a variety of challenging 
acquisitions. No small satellite constellations currently exist 
and potential challenges with communications and ground systems 
have yet to be tested. Moreover the Committee has not been 
afforded the opportunity for a briefing on the new proposal and 
has many questions about the plans, timeline, and cost 
assumptions. Therefore, the Committee recommends a rescission 
of $74,400,000 from fiscal year 2019 and a reduction of 
$24,742,000 from fiscal year 2020 from Research, Test, 
Development, and Evaluation, Air Force, Space Rapid 
Capabilities Office for the terminated ORS-8 program, which was 
to be the interim EO/IR weather solution. In addition, the 
Committee recommends a transfer of $101,222,000 from Research, 
Test, Development, and Evaluation, Air Force, EO/IR Weather, to 
Space Procurement, Air Force, EO/IR Weather, for the 
procurement of an EO/IR weather sensor. The Committee welcomes 
additional discussion with the Air Force about its new 
acquisition strategy prior to conference discussion with the 
House Appropriations Committee.
    Tactically Responsive Space Launch.--The Committee believes 
that demonstrating tactically responsive launch operations that 
leverage new and innovative commercial capabilities will enable 
Department of Defense space domain mission assurance and 
strategic deterrence objectives. A coherent tactically 
responsive launch concept of operations is needed to address 
tactics, techniques, and procedures and support operationally 
relevant satellite reconstitution demonstrations and pilot 
programs. Therefore, the Committee recommends establishment of 
a dedicated funding line for tactically responsive space launch 
to improve visibility and oversight of small launch funding and 
ensure the Department is focused on a program for responsive, 
cost-effective small launch acquisition for evolving missions 
and future national security space objectives. Additionally, 
the Committee recommends an increase of $22,000,000 in 
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force, 
Tactically Responsive Space Launch.
    Inland Launch.--The Committee directs the Secretary of 
Defense to report, not later than 180 days after enactment of 
this act, on the feasibility, potential benefits and risks, and 
cost estimates of the establishment of an inland testing and 
space corridor for hypersonic testing and space launch. The 
report should give consideration to existing military test 
ranges and spaceports and shall identify known regulatory, 
statutory, or other impediments to using such facilities for 
launch or hypersonic testing.

        Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $23,691,836,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  24,346,953,000
Committee recommendation................................  26,371,649,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$26,371,649,000. This is $2,024,696,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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          RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, DEFENSE-WIDE
 
     BASIC RESEARCH
   1 DTRA UNIVERSITY STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP BASIC RESEARCH               26,000          26,000  ..............
   2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES                                         432,284         408,634         -23,650
   3 BASIC RESEARCH INITIATIVES                                         48,874         118,874         +70,000
   4 BASIC OPERATIONAL MEDICAL RESEARCH SCIENCE                         54,122          45,092          -9,030
   5 NATIONAL DEFENSE EDUCATION PROGRAM                                 92,074         100,074          +8,000
   6 HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES & UNIV [HBCU]                          30,708          32,708          +2,000
   7 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                            45,238          57,238         +12,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH                                       729,300         788,620         +59,320
 
     APPLIED RESEARCH
   8 JOINT MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY                                         19,306          19,306  ..............
   9 BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY                                              97,771          92,771          -5,000
  11 LINCOLN LABORATORY RESEARCH PROGRAM                                52,317          52,317  ..............
  12 APPLIED RESEARCH FOR ADVANCEMENT S&T PRIORITIES                    62,200          74,200         +12,000
  13 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY                         442,556         414,390         -28,166
  14 BIOLOGICAL WARFARE DEFENSE                                         34,588          34,588  ..............
  15 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                           202,587         204,687          +2,100
  16 CYBER SECURITY RESEARCH                                            15,118          15,118  ..............
  17 TACTICAL TECHNOLOGY                                               337,602         313,002         -24,600
  18 MATERIALS AND BIOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY                               223,976         214,976          -9,000
  19 ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY                                            332,192         317,192         -15,000
  20 WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION DEFEAT TECHNOLOGIES                   179,096         174,096          -5,000
  21 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING INSTITUTE                                      9,580           9,580  ..............
  22 SPECIAL OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                          40,569          40,569  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH                                   2,049,458       1,976,792         -72,666
 
     ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
  23 JOINT MUNITIONS ADVANCED TECH INSENSITIVE MUNITIONS AD             25,779          25,779  ..............
  24 SO/LIC ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                         5,000           5,000  ..............
  25 COMBATING TERRORISM TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT                             70,517          86,517         +16,000
  26 FOREIGN COMPARATIVE TESTING                                        24,970          24,970  ..............
  28 COUNTERPROLIFERATION INITIATIVES--PROLIF PREV & DEFEAT            340,065         320,065         -20,000
  29 ADVANCED CONCEPTS AND PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT                       14,208          41,201         +26,993
  30 WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY                                                 10,000  ..............         -10,000
  31 ADVANCED RESEARCH                                                  20,674          20,674  ..............
  32 JOINT DOD-DOE MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                     18,773          18,773  ..............
  33 ADVANCED AEROSPACE SYSTEMS                                        279,741         279,741  ..............
  34 SPACE PROGRAMS AND TECHNOLOGY                                     202,606         172,606         -30,000
  35 ANALYTIC ASSESSMENTS                                               19,429          19,429  ..............
  36 ADVANCED INNOVATIVE ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS                          37,645          37,645  ..............
  37 ADVANCED INNOVATIVE ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS--MHA                     14,668          14,668  ..............
  38 COMMON KILL VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY                                     13,600          13,600  ..............
  40 DEFENSE INNOVATION UNIT                                            29,398          29,398  ..............
  41 TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION                                              60,000          30,000         -30,000
  42 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--ADVANCED DEV             172,486         172,486  ..............
  43 RETRACT LARCH                                                     159,688         159,688  ..............
  44 JOINT ELECTRONIC ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY                               12,063          12,063  ..............
  45 JOINT CAPABILITY TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                        107,359          89,859         -17,500
  46 NETWORKED COMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITIES                               2,858           2,858  ..............
  47 DEFENSE-WIDE MANUFACTURING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROG             96,397         223,397        +127,000
  48 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                                   42,834          52,834         +10,000
  49 EMERGING CAPABILITIES TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                       80,911         116,911         +36,000
  50 GENERIC LOGISTICS R&D TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS                    10,817          12,217          +1,400
  51 STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROGRAM                           66,157          66,157  ..............
  52 MICROELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT                171,771         206,771         +35,000
  53 JOINT WARFIGHTING PROGRAM                                           4,846           4,846  ..............
  54 ADVANCED ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES                                 128,616         111,616         -17,000
  55 COMMAND, CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS                       232,134         231,134          -1,000
  56 NETWORK-CENTRIC WARFARE TECHNOLOGY                                512,424         486,824         -25,600
  57 SENSOR TECHNOLOGY                                                 163,903         158,903          -5,000
  58 DISTRIBUTED LEARNING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT               13,723          13,723  ..............
  59 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING INSTITUTE                                     15,111          15,111  ..............
  60 QUICK REACTION SPECIAL PROJECTS                                    47,147          24,147         -23,000
  61 ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY                                 19,376          19,376  ..............
  62 HIGH ENERGY LASER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                      85,223          85,223  ..............
  63 TEST & EVALUATION SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY                            175,574         191,574         +16,000
  64 NATIONAL SECURITY INNOVATION NETWORK                               25,000          25,000  ..............
  65 OPERATIONAL ENERGY CAPABILITY IMPROVEMENT                          70,536          44,536         -26,000
  66 CWMD SYSTEMS                                                       28,907  ..............         -28,907
  68 SPECIAL OPERATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                 89,154         103,154         +14,000
  69 SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT              20,000          20,000  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                    3,742,088       3,790,474         +48,386
 
     DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION
  70 NUCLEAR AND CONVENTIONAL PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT               42,695          42,695  ..............
  71 WALKOFF                                                            92,791          92,791  ..............
  72 ACQUISITION ENTERPRISE DATA AND INFORMATION SERVICES                5,659           5,659  ..............
  73 ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY TECHNICAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM             66,572          68,572          +2,000
  74 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TERMINAL DEFENSE SEGMENT                302,761         306,761          +4,000
  75 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE MIDCOURSE DEFENSE SEGMENT             1,156,506       1,360,616        +204,110
  76 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                            83,662          80,162          -3,500
  77 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SENSORS                                 283,487         283,288            -199
  78 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE ENABLING PROGRAMS                       571,507         634,449         +62,942
  79 SPECIAL PROGRAMS--MDA                                             377,098         512,098        +135,000
  80 AEGIS BMD                                                         727,479         723,639          -3,840
  81 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE COMMAND AND CONTROL, BATTLE             564,206         549,756         -14,450
      MANAGEMENT
  82 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE JOINT WARFIGHTER SUPPORT                 51,532          51,532  ..............
 
     BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE INTERGRATION AND OPERATIONS
  83 CENTER (MDIOC)                                                     56,161          56,161  ..............
  84 REGARDING TRENCH                                                   22,424          22,424  ..............
  85 SEA BASED X-BAND RADAR [SBX]                                      128,156         128,156  ..............
  86 ISRAELI COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS                                      300,000         300,000  ..............
  87 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TEST                                    395,924         399,738          +3,814
  88 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TARGETS                                 554,171         611,939         +57,768
  89 HUMANITARIAN DEMINING                                              10,820          10,820  ..............
  90 COALITION WARFARE                                                  11,316          11,316  ..............
  91 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CORROSION PROGRAM                             3,365          11,165          +7,800
  92 TECHNOLOGY MATURATION INITIATIVES                                 303,458         298,520          -4,938
  93 MISSILE DEFEAT PROJECT                                             17,816          17,816  ..............
  95 HYPERSONIC DEFENSE                                                157,425         395,268        +237,843
  96 ADVANCED INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES                                1,312,735       1,477,735        +165,000
  97 TRUSTED AND ASSURED MICROELECTRONICS                              542,421         542,421  ..............
  98 RAPID PROTOTYPING PROGRAM                                         100,957          50,957         -50,000
  99 DEFENSE INNOVATION UNIT [DIU] PROTOTYPING                          92,000          92,000  ..............
 100 DOD UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM [UAS] COMMON DEVELOPMENT               3,021           7,021          +4,000
 102 HOMELAND DEFENSE RADAR-HAWAII                                     274,714         173,548        -101,166
 103 PACIFIC DISCRIMINATING RADAR                                        6,711           6,711  ..............
 104 WARGAMING AND SUPPORT FOR STRATEGIC ANALYSIS [SSA]                  3,751           3,751  ..............
 105 DEFENSE RAPID INNOVATION PROGRAM                                   14,021          14,021  ..............
 107 JOINT C5 CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT, INTEGRATION AND                   20,062          20,062  ..............
      INTEROPERABILITY
 108 LONG RANGE DISCRIMINATION RADAR                                   136,423         136,423  ..............
 109 IMPROVED HOMELAND DEFENSE INTERCEPTORS                            412,363         494,363         +82,000
 110 BMD TERMINAL DEFENSE SEGMENT TEST                                  25,137          25,137  ..............
 111 AEGIS BMD TEST                                                    169,822         169,822  ..............
 112 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SENSOR TEST                             105,530         105,530  ..............
 113 LAND-BASED SM-3 [LBSM3]                                            38,352          38,352  ..............
 115 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE MIDCOURSE DEFENSE SEGMENT TEST           98,139          98,139  ..............
 117 ENTERPRISE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS                           1,600           1,600  ..............
 118 JOINT ELECTROMAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY [JET] PROGRAM                      3,191           3,191  ..............
 119 CYBER SECURITY INITIATIVE                                           1,138          11,138         +10,000
 120 SPACE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND PROTOTYPING                       85,000          85,000  ..............
 121 SPACE TRACKING AND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM                             35,849          36,349            +500
 122 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSEM SPACE PROGRAMS                     27,565         140,565        +113,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION & VALIDATION                         9,797,493      10,709,177        +911,684
 
     ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT
 123 NUCLEAR AND CONVENTIONAL PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT               11,276          11,276  ..............
 124 PROMPT GLOBAL STRIKE CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT                       107,000         107,000  ..............
 125 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                           384,047         373,814         -10,233
 126 JOINT TACTICAL INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM [JTIDS]             40,102          52,602         +12,500
 127 WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION DEFEAT CAPABILITIES                    13,100          13,100  ..............
 128 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT                                  3,070           3,070  ..............
 129 HOMELAND PERSONNEL SECURITY INITIATIVE                              7,295           7,295  ..............
 130 DEFENSE EXPORTABILITY PROGRAM                                      17,615          17,615  ..............
 131 OUSD(C) IT DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES                                 15,653           5,653         -10,000
 132 DOD ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT AND DEMONSTRATION                2,378           1,628            -750
 133 DCMO POLICY AND INTEGRATION                                         1,618           1,618  ..............
 134 DEFENSE AGENCY INITIATIVES FINANCIAL SYSTEM                        27,944          23,944          -4,000
 135 DEFENSE RETIRED AND ANNUITANT PAY SYSTEM [DRAS]                     6,609           6,609  ..............
 136 DEFENSE-WIDE ELECTRONIC PROCUREMENT CAPABILITIES                    9,619           9,619  ..............
 137 TRUSTED & ASSURED MICROELECTRONICS                                175,032         175,032  ..............
 138 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                                  425             425  ..............
 139 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM                                        1,578           1,578  ..............
 140 DOD ENTERPRISE ENERGY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT [EEIM]                 4,373           4,373  ..............
 141 CWMD SYSTEMS: SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT AND DEMONSTRATION                 12,854          12,854  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT              841,588         829,105         -12,483
 
     RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
 142 JOINT CAPABILITY EXPERIMENTATION                                   13,000          13,000  ..............
 143 DEFENSE READINESS REPORTING SYSTEM [DRRS]                           9,724           9,724  ..............
 144 JOINT SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT                              9,593           9,593  ..............
 145 CENTRAL TEST AND EVALUATION INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT                260,267         512,817        +252,550
 146 ASSESSMENTS AND EVALUATIONS                                        30,834          30,834  ..............
 147 MISSION SUPPORT                                                    68,498          68,498  ..............
 148 JOINT MISSION ENVIRONMENT TEST CAPABILITY [JMETC]                  83,091          89,091          +6,000
 149 TECHNICAL STUDIES, SUPPORT AND ANALYSIS                            18,079          18,079  ..............
 150 JOINT INTEGRATED AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION              70,038          70,038  ..............
 152 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING                                                37,140          37,140  ..............
 153 STUDIES AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT                                        4,759           4,759  ..............
 154 NUCLEAR MATTERS--PHYSICAL SECURITY                                  8,307           8,307  ..............
 155 SUPPORT TO NETWORKS AND INFORMATION INTEGRATION                     9,441           9,441  ..............
 156 GENERAL SUPPORT TO USD (INTELLIGENCE)                               1,700           5,700          +4,000
 157 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM                           110,363         110,363  ..............
 166 SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH/TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER              3,568           3,568  ..............
 167 MAINTAINING TECHNOLOGY ADVANTAGE                                   19,936          19,936  ..............
 168 DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS                                        16,875          15,875          -1,000
 169 DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATION CENTER [DTIC]                        57,716          57,716  ..............
 170 R&D IN SUPPORT OF DOD ENLISTMENT, TESTING & EVALUATION             34,448          29,448          -5,000
 171 DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION                                    22,203          22,203  ..............
 172 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT)                   13,208          13,208  ..............
 173 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATION               3,027           3,027  ..............
      CENTER [DTIC]
 174 BUDGET AND PROGRAM ASSESSMENTS                                      8,017           8,017  ..............
 175 ODNA TECHNOLOGY AND RESOURCE ANALYSIS                               3,194           3,194  ..............
 176 DEFENSE DIGITAL SERVICE [DDS] DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT                   1,000           1,000  ..............
 179 DEFENSE OPERATIONS SECURITY [OPSEC]                                 3,037           8,037          +5,000
 180 JOINT STAFF ANALYTICAL SUPPORT                                      9,216           9,216  ..............
 183 SUPPORT TO INFORMATION OPERATIONS [IO] CAPABILITIES                   553             553  ..............
 184 DEFENSE MILITARY DECEPTION PROGRAM OFFICE                           1,014           1,014  ..............
 185 COMBINED ADVANCED APPLICATIONS                                     58,667          48,667         -10,000
 187 INTELLIGENCE CAPABILITIES AND INNOVATION INVESTMENTS               21,081          21,081  ..............
 189 ALGORITHMIC WARFARE CROSS FUNCTIONAL TEAMS                        221,235         221,235  ..............
 191 COCOM EXERCISE ENGAGEMENT AND TRAINING TRANSFORMATION              40,073          40,073  ..............
 192 DEFENSE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE [DEOMI]                100             100  ..............
 193 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS--MDA                                       27,065          27,065  ..............
 194 JOINT SERVICE PROVIDER [JSP]                                        3,090           3,090  ..............
9999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                                51,471          51,471  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT                           1,354,628       1,606,178        +251,550
 
     OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
 195 ENTERPRISE SECURITY SYSTEM [ESS]                                    7,945           7,945  ..............
 196 JOINT ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE                                     208,834         208,834  ..............
 197 REGIONAL INTERNATIONAL OUTREACH & PARTNERSHIP FOR PEAC              1,947           1,947  ..............
 198 OVERSEAS HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE SHARED INFORMATION SY                310             310  ..............
 199 INDUSTRIAL BASE ANALYSIS AND SUSTAINMENT SUPPORT                   10,051         116,051        +106,000
 200 OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                                    12,734          12,734  ..............
 201 GLOBAL THEATER SECURITY COOPERATION MANAGEMENT                     14,800          10,000          -4,800
 202 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE (OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS D             54,023          51,834          -2,189
 203 PLANNING AND DECISION AID SYSTEM                                    4,537           4,537  ..............
 204 C4I INTEROPERABILITY                                               64,122          64,122  ..............
 210 DEFENSE INFO INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING & INTEGRATION              15,798          10,798          -5,000
 211 LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS [DCS]                                     11,166          11,166  ..............
 212 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK                 17,383          17,383  ..............
 214 KEY MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE [KMI]                                54,516          54,516  ..............
 215 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                               67,631          31,631         -36,000
 216 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                              289,080         344,198         +55,118
 217 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM                               42,796          44,678          +1,882
 218 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM                                  25,218          17,218          -8,000
 219 JOINT SPECTRUM CENTER (DEFENSE SPECTRUM ORGANIZATION)              21,698          21,698  ..............
 220 JOINT INFORMATION ENVIRONMENT [JIE]                                18,077          18,077  ..............
 222 FEDERAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY              44,001          44,001  ..............
 228 SECURITY AND INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITIES                               2,400           2,400  ..............
 232 POLICY R&D PROGRAMS                                                 6,301           6,301  ..............
 233 NET CENTRICITY                                                     21,384          21,384  ..............
 235 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEMS                           6,359           6,359  ..............
 238 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEMS                           2,981           2,981  ..............
 241 INSIDER THREAT                                                      1,964           1,964  ..............
 242 HOMELAND DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROGRAM                        2,221           2,221  ..............
 250 LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES                                        1,361           1,361  ..............
 251 PACIFIC DISASTER CENTERS                                            1,770           1,770  ..............
 252 DEFENSE PROPERTY ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEM                              3,679           3,679  ..............
 254 MQ-9 UAV                                                           20,697          20,697  ..............
 256 SPECIAL OPERATIONS AVIATION SYSTEMS ADVANCED DEV                  245,795         250,395          +4,600
 257 SPECIAL OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                15,484          15,484  ..............
 258 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS                                      166,922         150,154         -16,768
 259 WARRIOR SYSTEMS                                                    62,332          68,470          +6,138
 260 SPECIAL PROGRAMS                                                   21,805          21,005            -800
 261 UNMANNED ISR                                                       37,377          37,377  ..............
 262 SOF TACTICAL VEHICLES                                              11,150          11,150  ..............
 263 SOF MARITIME SYSTEMS                                               72,626          69,126          -3,500
 264 SOF GLOBAL VIDEO SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES                            5,363           5,363  ..............
 265 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS INTELLIGENCE                          12,962          12,962  ..............
 266 SOF TELEPORT PROGRAM                                                6,158           6,158  ..............
 300 NEXT GENERATION INFORMATION COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY      ..............         436,000        +436,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT                    1,715,758       2,248,439        +532,681
 
 999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS                                             4,116,640       4,422,864        +306,224
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST & EVAL, DEF-WIDE      24,346,953      26,371,649      +2,024,696
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
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   2 Defense Research Sciences                                         432,284         408,634         -23,650
         Improving funds management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -23,650
   3 Basic Research Initiatives                                         48,874         118,874         +70,000
         Program increase: DEPSCOR                              ..............  ..............         +12,000
         Program increase: Cyber research                       ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Program increase: Basic research                       ..............  ..............         +50,000
   4 Basic Operational Medical Research Science                         54,122          45,092          -9,030
         Improving funds management: Program delays             ..............  ..............          -9,030
   5 National Defense Education Program                                 92,074         100,074          +8,000
         Program increase: Submarine workforce development      ..............  ..............          +8,000
   6 Historically Black Colleges and Universities/Minority              30,708          32,708          +2,000
      Institutions
         Program increase: Aerospace education, research and    ..............  ..............          +2,000
          innovation center
   7 Chemical and Biological Defense Program                            45,238          57,238         +12,000
         Program increase: Smallpox antiviral post-exposure     ..............  ..............         +12,000
          prophylaxis
   9 Biomedical Technology                                              97,771          92,771          -5,000
         Improving funds management: Program delays             ..............  ..............          -5,000
  12 Applied Research for the Advancement of S&T Priorities             62,200          74,200         +12,000
         Program increase: PFAS modeling                        ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Program increase: Test center for quantum              ..............  ..............          +5,000
          communications and sensors
  13 Information & Communications Technology                           442,556         414,390         -28,166
         Improving funds management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -13,166
         Improving funds management: Unjustified increase       ..............  ..............         -15,000
  15 Chemical and Biological Defense Program                           202,587         204,687          +2,100
         Program increase: Coatings technologies                ..............  ..............          +2,100
  17 Tactical Technology                                               337,602         313,002         -24,600
         Improving funds management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -14,600
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............         -10,000
  18 Materials and Biological Technology                               223,976         214,976          -9,000
         Improving funds management: Program delays             ..............  ..............          -9,000
  19 Electronics Technology                                            332,192         317,192         -15,000
         Improving funds management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -15,000
  20 Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction Applied Research              179,096         174,096          -5,000
         Improving funds management: Unjustified growth         ..............  ..............          -5,000
  25 Combating Terrorism Technology Support                             70,517          86,517         +16,000
         Program increase: Bomb squad robot retrofitting        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Program increase: Cooperative C-UAS development        ..............  ..............         +13,000
  28 Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction Advanced Technology           340,065         320,065         -20,000
      Development
         Maintain program affordability: Unjustified growth     ..............  ..............         -20,000
  29 Advanced Concepts and Performance Assessment                       14,208          41,201         +26,993
         Program increase: Cybersecurity of MDA DV left and     ..............  ..............         +22,500
          right of launch
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............          +4,493
  30 Weapons Technology                                                 10,000  ..............         -10,000
         Restoring acquisition accountability: MD72 program     ..............  ..............         -10,000
          termination
  34 Space Programs and Technology                                     202,606         172,606         -30,000
         Improving funds management: RSGS program delays        ..............  ..............         -30,000
  41 Technology Innovation                                              60,000          30,000         -30,000
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............         -30,000
  45 Joint Capability Technology Demonstrations                        107,359          89,859         -17,500
         Improving funds management: Unjustified growth         ..............  ..............         -17,500
  47 Defense-Wide Manufacturing Science and Technology Program          96,397         223,397        +127,000
         Program increase: Accelerated rapid prototyping        ..............  ..............         +17,000
         Program increase: Manufacturing cybersecurity          ..............  ..............         +14,000
         Program increase: HPC-enabled advanced manufacturing   ..............  ..............         +17,000
         Program increase: Advanced structural manufacturing    ..............  ..............          +9,000
         Program increase: Silicon based lasers                 ..............  ..............         +25,000
         Program increase: Manufacturing enginering education   ..............  ..............         +45,000
          program
  48 Manufacturing Technology Program                                   42,834          52,834         +10,000
         Program increase: Steel Perforance Initiative          ..............  ..............         +10,000
  49 Emerging Capabilities Technology Development                       80,911         116,911         +36,000
         Program increase: Open source inteligence              ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Program increase: Remote advise and assist technology  ..............  ..............          +8,000
          development
         Program increase: Disruptive air and missile defense   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Program increase: Artificial intelligence enabled      ..............  ..............         +10,000
          sensor network
         Program increase: High-altitude optical                ..............  ..............         +10,000
          reconnaissance unit and sensors
  50 Generic Logistics R&D Technology Demonstrations                    10,817          12,217          +1,400
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............          -3,600
         Program increase: Liquid hydrocarbon fuels             ..............  ..............          +5,000
  52 Microelectronics Technology Development and Support               171,771         206,771         +35,000
         Program increase: Cyber accelerator                    ..............  ..............         +30,000
         Program increase: GaN-on-Sibased RF Front-end          ..............  ..............          +5,000
  54 Advanced Electronics Technologies                                 128,616         111,616         -17,000
         Improving funds management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -17,000
  55 Command, Control and Communications Systems                       232,134         231,134          -1,000
         Improving funds management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -10,000
         Program increase: Commercial satellite antenna         ..............  ..............          +9,000
          technology
  56 Network-Centric Warfare Technology                                512,424         486,824         -25,600
         Improving funds management: Program delays             ..............  ..............         -25,600
  57 Sensor Technology                                                 163,903         158,903          -5,000
         Improving funds management: Program delays             ..............  ..............          -5,000
  60 Quick Reaction Special Projects                                    47,147          24,147         -23,000
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............         -23,000
  63 Test & Evaluation Science & Technology                            175,574         191,574         +16,000
         Program increase: Test resource management center      ..............  ..............         +16,000
  65 Operational Energy Capability Improvement                          70,536          44,536         -26,000
         Reduce duplication: Space solar power project          ..............  ..............         -30,000
         Program increase                                       ..............  ..............          +4,000
  66 CWMD Systems                                                       28,907  ..............         -28,907
         Reduce duplication                                     ..............  ..............         -28,907
  68 SOF Advanced Technology Development                                89,154         103,154         +14,000
         Program increase: Identity management                  ..............  ..............         +14,000
  73 Environmental Security Technical Certification Program             66,572          68,572          +2,000
         Program increase: Technology demonstration program     ..............  ..............          +2,000
  74 Ballistic Missile Defense Terminal Defense Segment                302,761         306,761          +4,000
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............          +4,000
  75 Ballistic Missile Defense Midcourse Defense Segment             1,156,506       1,360,616        +204,110
         RKV program termination: Transfer from line 109 to     ..............  ..............        +180,000
          GBI CE-I reliability SLEP only
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............         +24,110
  76 Chemical and Biological Defense Program--Dem/Val                   83,662          80,162          -3,500
         Improving funds management: Program delays (VAC VEE)   ..............  ..............          -2,000
         Improving funds management: Program delays (MPD)       ..............  ..............          -1,500
  77 Ballistic Missile Defense Sensors                                 283,487         283,288            -199
         Restoring acquisition accountability: MD11 Modeling    ..............  ..............         -21,993
          and simulation development unjustified growth
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............         +20,294
         Program increase: Models and simulation unfunded       ..............  ..............          +1,500
          requirement
  78 BMD Enabling Programs                                             571,507         634,449         +62,942
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............         +62,942
  79 Special Programs--MDA                                             377,098         512,098        +135,000
         Program increase: Classified                           ..............  ..............        +135,000
  80 AEGIS BMD                                                         727,479         723,639          -3,840
         Restoring acquisition accountability: BMD 5.1          ..............  ..............         -29,630
          baseline unjustified growth
         Improving funds management: AEGIS underlay funds       ..............  ..............          -2,000
          early to need
         RKV program termination funding transfer: AEGIS        ..............  ..............         +19,000
          upgrades
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............          +8,790
  81 Ballistic Missile Defense Command and Control, Battle             564,206         549,756         -14,450
      Management and Communications
         Restoring acquisition accountability: Increment 7      ..............  ..............         -33,300
          growth early to need
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............         +18,850
  87 Ballistic Missile Defense Test                                    395,924         399,738          +3,814
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............          +3,814
  88 Ballistic Missile Defense Targets                                 554,171         611,939         +57,768
         Improving funds management: MRBM target contract       ..............  ..............         -11,232
          award delays
         Program increase: HEMP hardening                       ..............  ..............         +69,000
  91 Department of Defense Corrosion Program                             3,365          11,165          +7,800
         Program increase: Coatings technologies                ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Program increase: Military painter training and        ..............  ..............          +2,800
          applied research
  92 Technology Maturation Initiatives                                 303,458         298,520          -4,938
         Unclear budget justification: Flight test              ..............  ..............          -4,938
  95 Hypersonic Defense                                                157,425         395,268        +237,843
         Program increase: Glide Phase Defeat Weapon System     ..............  ..............         +25,000
         Program increase: Engineering enablers                 ..............  ..............         +57,858
         Program increase: Leverage and upgrade existing        ..............  ..............         +43,942
          systems
         Program increase: Fiscal year 2020 partnered fight     ..............  ..............        +111,043
          test participation
  96 Advanced Innovative Technologies                                1,312,735       1,477,735        +165,000
         Maintain program affordability: unjustified program    ..............  ..............         -80,000
          growth
         Program increase: Hypervelocity Gun Weapon system      ..............  ..............         +80,000
         Program increase: Micro Nuclear Reactor Program        ..............  ..............        +140,000
         Program increase: Machine learning                     ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Program increase: Advanced technologies to support     ..............  ..............         +15,000
          operational agility, fleet sustainability, and
          offset advantage
  98 Rapid Prototyping Program                                         100,957          50,957         -50,000
         Reduce duplication                                     ..............  ..............         -50,000
 100 Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned System Common                  3,021           7,021          +4,000
      Development
         Program increase: Unmanned traffic management          ..............  ..............          +4,000
 102 Homeland Defense Radar--Hawaii (HDR-H)                            274,714         173,548        -101,166
         Improving funds management: Radar foundation and       ..............  ..............         -41,166
          thermal control system
         Improving funds management: Funding acceleration       ..............  ..............         -60,000
          early to need
 109 Improved Homeland Defense Interceptors                            412,363         494,363         +82,000
         RKV program termination: Transfer excess RKV funds to  ..............  ..............        -140,000
          line 75 for GBI CE-I reliability/SLEP only
         RKV program terminiation: Transfer RKV funds to Next   ..............  ..............        -222,363
          Generation Interceptor program
         RKV program termination: Transfer to Next Generation   ..............  ..............        +222,363
          Interceptor program from RKV program funds
         RKV program termination: Next Generation Interceptor   ..............  ..............        +222,000
          Competitive Development
 119 Cyber Security Initiative                                           1,138          11,138         +10,000
         Program increase: Cheyenne Mountain cyber resilience   ..............  ..............         +10,000
          efforts
 121 Space Tracking & Surveillance System                               35,849          36,349            +500
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............            +500
 122 Ballistic Missile Defense System Space Programs                    27,565         140,565        +113,000
         Program increase: Hypersonic and ballistic tracking    ..............  ..............        +108,000
          space sensor development
         Program increase: Cybersecurity                        ..............  ..............          +5,000
 125 Chemical and Biological Defense Program--EMD                      384,047         373,814         -10,233
         Improving funds management: Program delays (ROCS)      ..............  ..............          -4,500
         Improving funds management: Program delays (MMPRDS)    ..............  ..............          -2,533
         Improving funds management: Program delays (CALS)      ..............  ..............          -2,500
         Improving funds management: Program delays (SSA)       ..............  ..............            -700
 126 Joint Tactical Information Distribution System [JTIDS]             40,102          52,602         +12,500
         Program increase: Integrated Kinetic and Non-Kinetic   ..............  ..............         +12,500
          Nodal Analysis Capability Enhancement
 131 OUSD(C) IT Development Initiatives                                 15,653           5,653         -10,000
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............         -10,000
 132 DOD Enterprise Systems Development and Demonstration                2,378           1,628            -750
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............            -750
 134 Defense Agency Initiatives [DAI]-Financial Systems         ..............  ..............          -4,000
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............          -4,000
 145 Central Test and Evaluation Investment Development                260,267         512,817        +252,550
      [CTEIP]
         Program increase: Hypersonics--ground testing in       ..............  ..............         +91,250
          support of National Defense Strategy
         Program increase: Hypersonics--flight test             ..............  ..............         +14,000
          infrastructure in support of National Defense
          Strategy
         Program increase: Space test infrastructure in         ..............  ..............         +50,000
          support of National Defense Strategy
         Program increase: Directed energy infrastructure in    ..............  ..............         +40,000
          support of National Defense Strategy
         Program increase: Cyber infrastructure in support of   ..............  ..............         +40,000
          National Defense Strategy
         Program increase: Defense Threat Center of Excellence  ..............  ..............         +17,300
 148 Joint Mission Environment Test Capability [JMETC]                  83,091          89,091          +6,000
         Program increase                                       ..............  ..............          +6,000
 156 General Support to USD (Intelligence)                               1,700           5,700          +4,000
         Program increase                                       ..............  ..............          +4,000
 168 Defense Technology Analysis                                        16,875          15,875          -1,000
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............          -4,000
         Program increase: Technology transition                ..............  ..............          +3,000
 170 R&D in Support of DoD Enlistment, Testing and Evaluation           34,448          29,448          -5,000
         Maintain program affordability: unjustified growth     ..............  ..............          -5,000
 179 Defense Operations Security Initiative [DOSI]                       3,037           8,037          +5,000
         Program increase: Cyber kinetic combat environment     ..............  ..............          +5,000
 185 Combined Advanced Applications                                     58,667          48,667         -10,000
         Classified adjustment                                  ..............  ..............         -10,000
 199 Industrial Base Analysis and Sustainment Support                   10,051         116,051        +106,000
         Program increase: Machine and advanced manufacturing   ..............  ..............         +20,000
         Program increase: Automated textile manufacturing      ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Program increase: Precision optics                     ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Program increase: Interdisciplinary center for         ..............  ..............         +15,000
          advanced manufacturing systems
         Program increase: Rare earth elements from coal ash    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Program increase: Defense manufacturing communities    ..............  ..............         +50,000
 201 Global Theater Security Cooperation Management                     14,800          10,000          -4,800
      Information Systems [G-TSCMIS]
         Maintain program affordability: unjustified growth     ..............  ..............          -4,800
 202 Chemical and Biological Defense (Operational Systems               54,023          51,834          -2,189
      Development)
         Improving funds management: Program delays (SSA)       ..............  ..............            -700
         Improving funds management: Program delays (ALS MOD)   ..............  ..............            -500
         Improving funds management: Program delays (MODPROT)   ..............  ..............            -500
         Improving funds management: Program delays (JBAIDS)    ..............  ..............            -489
 210 Defense Info Infrastructure Engineering and Integration            15,798          10,798          -5,000
         Improving funds management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............          -5,000
 215 Information Systems Security Program                               67,631          31,631         -36,000
         Maintan program affordability: Unjustified growth      ..............  ..............         -36,000
 216 Information Systems Security Program                              289,080         344,198         +55,118
         DOD requested transfer to Line 217: Sharkseer          ..............  ..............          -1,882
         Program increase: Centers for Academic Excellence      ..............  ..............         +12,000
         Program increase: Workforce transformation cyber       ..............  ..............         +25,000
          security initiative pilot
         Program increase: Cyber scholarships for senior        ..............  ..............         +10,000
          military colleges
         Program increase: Cyber security pathfinders           ..............  ..............         +10,000
 217 Information Systems Security Program                               42,796          44,678          +1,882
         DOD requested transfer from Line 216: Sharkseer        ..............  ..............          +1,882
 218 Global Command and Control System                                  25,218          17,218          -8,000
         Improving Funds Management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............          -8,000
 256 Aviation Systems                                                  245,795         250,395          +4,600
         SOCOM requested transfer from PDW, Line 61: RFCM       ..............  ..............          +8,400
         Program increase: Aviation Systems, Future Vertical    ..............  ..............          +8,800
          Lift
         Improving funds management: HEL ground test early to   ..............  ..............          -7,000
          need
         Improving funds management: Unjustified growth (ITMS)  ..............  ..............          -5,600
 258 Operational Enhancements                                          166,922         150,154         -16,768
         Classified Adjustment                                  ..............  ..............         -16,768
 259 Warrior Systems                                                    62,332          68,470          +6,138
         Improving Funds Management: Prior year carryover       ..............  ..............          -5,000
         Improving funds management: Unjustified growth (C-     ..............  ..............          -3,000
          UAS)
         Improving funds management: NGLS excess to need        ..............  ..............            -862
         Program increase: SGM collaborative strike             ..............  ..............         +15,000
          enhancement
 260 Special Programs                                                   21,805          21,005            -800
         Classified Adjustment                                  ..............  ..............          -4,000
         Program increase: Enhanced visual augmentation system  ..............  ..............          +3,200
 263 Maritime Systems                                                   72,626          69,126          -3,500
         Insufficient budget justification: Poor justification  ..............  ..............          -6,500
          materials [DCS]
         Program increase: Driver propulsion device             ..............  ..............          +3,000
 300 NEXT GENERATION INFORMATION COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY      ..............         436,000        +436,000
      (5G)
         Program increase                                       ..............  ..............        +436,000
 999 Classified Programs                                             4,116,640       4,422,864        +306,224
         Classified adjustment                                  ..............  ..............        +303,224
         Program increase: Transport access control             ..............  ..............          +3,000
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    Strategic Capabilities Office.--Since its inception, the 
Committee has been supportive of the Strategic Capabilities 
Office [SCO], which uses existing weapons systems in new ways 
to counter near peer adversaries. The Committee believes that 
such focus on near term solutions to counter threats and 
responsiveness to the needs of the Combatant Commands is vital, 
however, the Committee shares concerns from within the 
Department of Defense that SCO's ability to successfully 
transition programs to service partners and ensure that 
programs meet requirements needs improvement. The Committee 
understands that the Department is conducting a review of SCO's 
prior year budgets and the fiscal year 2020 budget submission, 
including all current SCO projects and 2020 new starts. The 
Committee always welcomes a reevaluation of budget priories and 
oversight of programs within the Department, but notes that 
revisiting program decisions a month prior to the start of the 
fiscal year challenges effective congressional budget 
oversight. Therefore, the Committee directs the Secretary of 
Defense to provide the congressional defense committees with 
the findings of the program review, including metrics on 
transition success, and a funding realignment plan, by November 
1, 2019. In addition, the Committee directs the Secretary to 
provide to the congressional defense committees, quarterly 
obligation and expenditure reports for SCO by project. Finally, 
the Secretary shall report to the congressional defense 
committees with recommendations for enhancing SCO's ability to 
transition programs and ensure that programs within the SCO 
portfolio are optimized to meet Department of Defense 
requirements. Recommendations shall include changes that can be 
made within the current SCO organizational structure, but may 
include options for a broader reorganization. The report shall 
include the views of each Combatant Command on the 
recommendations.
    User Activity Monitoring.--The Committee remains concerned 
about insider threats to Department of Defense information 
systems and appreciates the Department's effort to establish a 
task force to develop an approach to user activity monitoring 
[UAM] across the Department and identify challenges and 
necessary resources to implement the approach. The Committee 
urges the Department to expedite these UAM efforts and 
establish a program that provides UAM coverage of all employees 
with access to classified networks. The Committee also directs 
that the Chief Information Officer report to the Committee not 
later than 90 days after the enactment of this act, the 
findings of the task force to date, including the timeline to 
initiate a program for comprehensive UAM coverage across the 
Department beginning in fiscal year 2020; a recommended 
governance structure for managing execution of such a program; 
any obstacles identified to establishing such a program to 
include legal, financial, contractual, or cultural issues; 
identification of the resources required to implement the 
program in fiscal year 2020; and an explanation of how the 
program complies with all relevant provisions of Executive 
Order 13587 and CNSS Directive 504.
    Cyber Education.--The Committee supports efforts by the 
Department of Defense and National Security Agency to reduce 
the vulnerability of our national information infrastructure by 
promoting higher education and research in cyber defense and 
producing professionals with cyber defense expertise. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends an increase in Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide of $12,000,000 
for the National Centers for Academic Excellence Cyber Defense 
program. The Committee recommends an additional increase of 
$25,000,000 for the establishment of a workforce development 
pilot program that would offer certificate-based courses 
through the Centers for Academic Excellence in cybersecurity 
and artificial intelligence. Finally, the Committee recommends 
$10,000,000 to fund an initiative authorized in the John S. 
McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019, 
for the Secretary of Defense to designate Department of Defense 
Cyber Institutes at institutions of higher education, with 
consideration to the Senior Military Colleges, to award 
scholarships, student and research support, and a K-12 cyber 
education program.
    Cyber Professionals From Minority Communities.--The 
Committee is aware of the significant need for attracting well 
qualified individuals with cyber training to aid the nation 
against adversarial cyber threats. The Committee encourages the 
Department of Defense and the intelligence community to review 
opportunities to grow its workforce by focusing future 
recruitment in underrepresented populations and minority 
communities and to work with qualified historically black 
colleges and universities to identify and recruit the next 
generation of cyber professionals.
    Manufacturing Innovation Institutes.--The Committee 
continues to support the Manufacturing Innovation Institutes, 
but notes that the Department of Defense lacks a comprehensive 
approach to integrating the institutes into each service's 
future year's research agenda. Therefore, the Committee directs 
the Secretary of Defense to provide a briefing not later than 
90 days after the enactment of this act, describing a plan for 
sustained investment in the Manufacturing Innovation 
Institutes, including integration with the military services to 
facilitate transition of advanced manufacturing capabilities 
into fielded systems and programs of record.
    Manufacturing Engineering Programs.--The Committee 
recognizes that the United States must maintain a technically 
trained workforce to meet the defense industrial base 
requirements of the Department of Defense. Therefore, the 
Committee recommends an additional $45,000,000 above the fiscal 
year 2020 President's budget request for manufacturing 
engineering grants and encourages the Secretary of Defense to 
prioritize funding under this program to support community 
colleges and technical schools.
    Micro Nuclear Reactors.--The Strategic Capabilities Office 
[SCO] of the Department of Defense has initiated studies and 
analysis to determine the feasibility and safety of developing 
a transportable nuclear reactor to better satisfy the logistics 
and other power needs of Department of Defense expeditionary 
basing, humanitarian assistance, and disaster relief 
operations. The Committee supports SCO's initial efforts to 
develop preliminary engineering plans, address key technical 
and manufacturing weaknesses, and build initial safety and 
licensing documentation. The Committee recommends an additional 
$140,000,000 in Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation; 
Defense-Wide to expedite efforts toward a final engineering 
design.
    Precision Optics.--The Committee is aware that there are 
challenges within the precision optical systems supply chain to 
include increased competition from overseas suppliers, a 
shortage of later-stage research and development investments, 
and a shrinking skilled workforce. The Committee recognizes 
that stable later-stage development of innovative optical 
materials and optical manufacturing technologies is required. 
Additional efforts should be made to stabilize the industry and 
provide for optics technician training programs in key 
geographical regions to insure a future technical workforce for 
the industry.
    Cheyenne Mountain Cyber Resiliency Efforts.--The Committee 
notes the criticality of the Cheyenne Mountain Complex to U.S. 
national security, including ballistic missile defense 
operations, as well as the increasing cyber threat. Therefore, 
the Committee recommends $10,000,000 for industrial control 
systems cyber security solutions for key Department of Defense 
installations critical to homeland defense and overseas 
operations, with special emphasis on the Cheyenne Mountain 
Complex.
    Commercial Artificial Intelligence Solutions.--The 
Committee is encouraged by the ongoing rapid fielding of 
commercially-available technologies, and the contributions made 
by small businesses, that utilize artificial intelligence for 
the Department of Defense. Recent advances in commercially 
available technology have made it possible to develop, 
manufacture, and deploy technologies that can process 
information more effectively and efficiently, and at much lower 
cost than legacy systems. The Joint Artificial Intelligence 
Center has already identified disaster response and predictive 
maintenance as two National Mission Initiatives. Accordingly, 
the Committee recommends that the Defense Innovation Unit 
identify commercial artificial intelligence solutions in 
support of those National Mission Initiatives. The Committee 
also recommends that the Secretary of Defense take steps to 
enhance the ability of small businesses, which demonstrate the 
ability to advance artificial intelligence-related 
capabilities, to compete for Joint Artificial Intelligence 
Center projects and include a description of such small 
business efforts in the fiscal year 2021 budget justification 
materials.
    Multi-Mission Payload-Medium.--The Committee is concerned 
by the recent decision of the United States Special Operations 
Command [USSOCOM] to transfer funds away from the Multi-Mission 
Payload-Medium [MMP-M] prior to developmental and operational 
testing needed to field this capability. The MMP-M system was 
recently outfitted on a modified aircraft and was set to begin 
operational testing in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2019 
at the request of the Army Special Operations Command in order 
to expand its capabilities on the physical and digital 
battlefield. Given the funding and time spent on modifying the 
MMP-M system and aircraft, it would be fiscally and 
operationally prudent to follow through with the required 
testing. The Committee directs the USSOCOM to finish 
operational testing on the MMP-M system using previously 
appropriated funds for this effort and provide a report to the 
congressional defense committees on the results of the testing.
    Advanced Electric Vertical Take Off and Landing Unmanned 
Aerial System for Distributed Logistics and Test Range.--As 
other nations increase their Arctic presence, it is imperative 
that the U.S. military do the same. Therefore, the Committee 
urges the Air Force to develop an advanced Electric Vertical 
Take Off and Landing Unmanned Aerial System, including a five-
sensor detect and avoid system, for distributed logistics and a 
test range to provide for demonstration of the system, 
including operation in a GPS denied environment and to help 
meet Arctic defense strategies.

                Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense

Appropriations, 2019....................................    $381,009,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................     221,200,000
Committee recommendation................................     232,700,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $232,700,000. 
This is $11,500,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2020 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 Operational Test           93,291          93,291  ..............
      and Evaluation
   2 Live Fire Test             69,172          69,172  ..............
      and Evaluation
   3 Operational Test           58,737          70,237         +11,500
      Activities and
      Analyses
         Program        ..............  ..............         +10,000
          increase:
          Advanced
          satellite
          navigation
          receiver
         Program        ..............  ..............          +1,500
          increase:
          Cyber talent
          recruitment
          initiative
                       -------------------------------------------------
           Total,              221,200         232,700         +11,500
            Operationa
            l Test and
            Evaluation
            , Defense
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Testing for Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Fielding 
Programs.--The Director, Operational Test and Evaluation, in 
coordination with the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition 
and Sustainment) and the Under Secretary of Defense (Research 
and Engineering), and with the cooperation of the respective 
service test organizations, is directed to provide to the 
congressional defense committees, concurrently with the fiscal 
year 2021 President's budget request, an assessment of test 
strategies for all current and proposed acquisition programs 
using section 804 acquisition authorities. This assessment 
shall include a review of test sufficiency, scope, realism, 
data to be collected, as well as resources required to conduct 
this testing.
    Cyber Talent Recruitment Initiative.--The Committee notes 
continued weaknesses in the Department of Defense's cyber 
posture, to include challenges in the recruitment and retention 
of qualified cyber talent. Therefore, the Committee recommends 
the Department of Defense consider implementing a pilot program 
to provide scholarships through qualified institutions of 
higher education, including community colleges, to students who 
are enrolled in programs that lead to degrees or specialized 
program certifications in the cybersecurity field that support 
Department of Defense requirements. The Committee believes that 
the Department could benefit from such a program and 
partnership with universities to create a cyber talent pipeline 
that develops a cyber workforce. The Committee recommends 
$1,500,000 to develop a program that identifies university 
partners and a structure to award scholarships to build a 
certified cyber defense workforce.

                                TITLE V

                     REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

                     Defense Working Capital Funds

Appropriations, 2019....................................  $1,641,115,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................   1,226,211,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,580,211,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,580,211,000. This is $354,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     committee recommended program

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Arsenals Initiative.............................................          57,467         202,467        +145,000
    Program increase: Arsenals initiative.......................  ..............  ..............        +145,000
Supply Management...............................................          32,130          32,130  ..............
Program increase: Pilot program for partnership with digital      ..............           9,000          +9,000
 manufacturing institute efforts................................
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, Defense Working Capital Fund, Army...............          89,597         243,597        +154,000
                                                                 ===============================================
Supplies and Materials..........................................          92,499          92,499  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, Defense Working Capital Fund, Air Force..........          92,499          92,499  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Defense Logistics Agency........................................          49,085          49,085  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, Defense Working Capital Fund, Defense-wide.......          49,085          49,085  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Commissary Operations...........................................         995,030         995,030  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, Defense Working Capital Fund, Defense-wide, DECA.         995,030         995,030  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency.................  ..............         200,000        +200,000
    Transfer: DCSA funding from request as a separate working     ..............  ..............        +200,000
     capital fund...............................................
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, Defense Working Capital Fund, Defense              ..............         200,000        +200,000
         Counterintelligence and Security Agency................
                                                                 ===============================================
        Grand Total, Defense Working Capital Funds..............       1,226,211       1,580,211        +354,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Meals Ready-to-Eat.--The Committee recommends full funding 
for the Defense Logistics Agency's request of 2.5 million cases 
of Meals Ready to Eat and reaffirms its support for the War 
Reserve stock objective of 5.0 million cases and the minimum 
sustainment rate for the industrial base.

            Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency

Appropriations, 2019....................................................
Budget estimate, 2020...................................    $200,000,000
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee recommends full funding of the Defense 
Counterintelligence and Security Agency under the Defense 
Working Capital Funds heading.

                                TITLE VI

                  OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS

                         Defense Health Program

Appropriations, 2019.................................... $34,007,519,000
Budget estimate, 2020...................................  32,998,687,000
Committee recommendation................................  33,495,289,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$33,495,289,000. This is $496,602,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

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

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
Line                             Item                               2020 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM
 
     OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
  10 IN-HOUSE CARE                                                   9,570,615       9,322,915        -247,700
  20 PRIVATE SECTOR CARE                                            15,041,006      14,983,506         -57,500
  30 CONSOLIDATED HEALTH SUPPORT                                     1,975,536       1,938,036         -37,500
  40 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                          2,004,588       1,902,788        -101,800
  50 MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES                                             333,246         333,246  ..............
  60 EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                            793,810         778,210         -15,600
  70 BASE OPERATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS                                  2,093,289       2,093,289  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE                      31,812,090      31,351,990        -460,100
 
     PROCUREMENT
 150 INITIAL OUTFITTING                                                 26,135           7,651         -18,484
 160 REPLACEMENT AND MODERNIZATION                                     225,774         225,774  ..............
 170 JOINT OPERATIONAL MEDICINE INFORMATION SYSTEM                         314  ..............            -314
 180 MILITARY HEALTH SYSTEM--DESKTOP TO DATACENTER                      73,010          73,010  ..............
 190 DOD HEALTH MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MODERNIZATION                        129,091         129,091  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           SUBTOTAL, PROCUREMENT                                       454,324         435,526         -18,798
 
     RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION
  80 RESEARCH                                                           12,621          12,621  ..............
  90 EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT                                            84,266          84,266  ..............
 100 ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT                                              279,766         279,766  ..............
 110 DEMONSTRATION/VALIDATION                                          128,055         128,055  ..............
 120 ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT                                           143,527          98,427         -45,100
 130 MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT                                             67,219          67,219  ..............
 140 CAPABILITIES ENHANCEMENT                                           16,819          16,819  ..............
 150 UNDISTRIBUTED MEDICAL RESEARCH                             ..............       1,020,600      +1,020,600
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           SUBTOTAL, RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION          732,273       1,707,773        +975,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
           TOTAL, DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM                            32,998,687      33,495,289        +496,602
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2020 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation and Maintenance....................................       31,812,090       31,351,990         -460,100
    In-House Care............................................        9,570,615        9,322,915         -247,700
        Transfer Preservation of the Force and Family-         ...............  ...............           +5,000
         Behavioral Health: SOCOM requested from O&M Defense-
         Wide line 1PLR......................................
        Improving funds management: Excess funding to replace  ...............  ...............         -212,500
         military medical end strength.......................
        Improving funds management: Printing and reproduction  ...............  ...............           -5,200
         excess growth.......................................
        Improving funds management: Equipment purchases        ...............  ...............          -35,000
         excess growth.......................................
    Private Sector Care......................................       15,041,006       14,983,506          -57,500
        Improving funds management: Pharmaceutical drugs       ...............  ...............          -19,000
         excess growth.......................................
        Improving funds management: Historical underexecution  ...............  ...............          -38,500
    Consolidated Health Support..............................        1,975,536        1,938,036          -37,500
        Improving funds management: Historical underexecution  ...............  ...............          -37,500
    Information Management/IT................................        2,004,588        1,902,788         -101,800
        Restoring acquisition accountability: DHMSM excess     ...............  ...............          -80,600
         growth..............................................
        Improving funds management: TMIP-J excess growth.....  ...............  ...............          -17,800
        Improving funds management: JOMIS excess growth......  ...............  ...............           -3,400
    Management Activities....................................          333,246          333,246  ...............
    Education and Training...................................          793,810          778,210          -15,600
        Improving funds management: Supplies and materials     ...............  ...............           -8,700
         excess growth.......................................
        Improving funds management: Equipment purchases        ...............  ...............           -6,900
         excess growth.......................................
    Base Operations and Communications.......................        2,093,289        2,093,289  ...............
 
Procurement..................................................          454,324          435,526          -18,798
    Restoring acquisition accountability: New facility         ...............  ...............          -18,484
     outfitting excess due to military construction delays...
    Restoring acquisition accountability: JOMIS ahead of need  ...............  ...............             -314
 
Research and Development.....................................          732,273        1,707,773         +975,500
    Restoring acquisition accountability: DHMSM prior year     ...............  ...............          -27,100
     carryover...............................................
    Restoring acquisition accountability: JOMIS excess growth  ...............  ...............          -18,000
    Restore core funding reduction...........................  ...............  ...............         +212,100
    Peer-reviewed ALS research...............................  ...............  ...............          +20,000
    Peer-reviewed breast cancer research.....................  ...............  ...............         +120,000
    Peer-reviewed cancer research............................  ...............  ...............          +90,000
    Peer-reviewed epilepsy research..........................  ...............  ...............          +12,000
    Peer-reviewed medical research...........................  ...............  ...............         +350,000
    Peer-reviewed melanoma research..........................  ...............  ...............          +20,000
    Peer-reviewed ovarian cancer research....................  ...............  ...............          +10,000
    Peer-reviewed prostate cancer research...................  ...............  ...............          +64,000
    Peer-reviewed rare cancers research......................  ...............  ...............           +7,500
    Peer-reviewed traumatic brain injury and psychological     ...............  ...............          +60,000
     health research.........................................
    Chronic pain management..................................  ...............  ...............          +15,000
    Joint warfighter medical research........................  ...............  ...............          +25,000
    Orthotics and prosthetics outcomes research..............  ...............  ...............          +15,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
        Total................................................       32,998,687       33,495,289         +496,602
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Defense Health Program Reprogramming Procedures.--The 
Committee remains concerned regarding the transfer of funds 
from the In-House Care budget sub-activity to pay for 
contractor-provided medical care. To limit such transfers and 
improve oversight within the Defense Health Program operation 
and maintenance account, the Committee includes a provision 
which caps the funds available for Private Sector Care under 
the TRICARE program subject to prior approval reprogramming 
procedures. The provision and accompanying report language 
should not be interpreted by the Department as limiting the 
amount of funds that may be transferred to the Direct Care 
System from other budget activities within the Defense Health 
Program. In addition, funding for the In-House Care and Private 
Sector Care budget sub-activities are designated as 
congressional special interest items. Any transfer of funds in 
excess of $15,000,000 into or out of these sub-activities 
requires the Secretary of Defense to follow prior approval 
reprogramming procedures.
    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to provide 
written notification to the congressional defense committees of 
cumulative transfers in excess of $10,000,000 out of the 
Private Sector Care budget sub-activity not later than fifteen 
days after such a transfer. The Committee further directs the 
Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) to provide 
quarterly briefings to the congressional defense committees on 
budget execution data for all of the Defense Health Program 
budget activities not later than 30 days after the end of each 
fiscal quarter and to adequately reflect changes to the budget 
activities requested by the Services in future budget 
submissions.
    Carryover.--For fiscal year 2020, the Committee recommends 
1 percent carryover authority for the operation and maintenance 
account of the Defense Health Program. The Committee directs 
the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) to submit a 
detailed spend plan for any fiscal year 2019 designated 
carryover funds to the congressional defense committees not 
less than 30 days prior to executing the carryover funds.
    Operation and Maintenance Reductions.--The Committee notes 
that the budget justification materials for the Defense Health 
Program do not delineate operation and maintenance funding 
between the Defense Health Agency, Army, Navy, Air Force, 
Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, and National 
Capital Region Medical Directorate. Given this lack of granular 
visibility, the Department is expected to implement operation 
and maintenance reductions among the various components in 
accordance with their historical underexecution.
    Electronic Health Record.--The Committee remains supportive 
of the goal of the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs 
to develop and deploy fully interoperable electronic health 
records that can exchange data in a meaningful way and be used 
in a dynamic environment to improve patient care and facilitate 
smoother transitions for servicemembers from military service 
to veteran status. After a nearly 2 year pause in the 
deployment of Military Health System [MHS] GENESIS, the 
Department of Defense is preparing its next waves of 
deployments beginning in September 2019. The Committee expects 
that many of the incidents identified in the Initial 
Operational Test and Evaluation [IOT&E] have been corrected in 
order to ensure a smoother deployment at upcoming sites and 
looks forward to reviewing the results of the Full Operational 
Test and Evaluation [FOT&E] report in June 2020. The Defense 
Healthcare Management System Modernization [DHMSM] program 
currently has a full deployment decision authority to proceed 
milestone scheduled for the third quarter of fiscal year 2020. 
The Committee believes that this decision should be informed by 
and contingent upon the success of the fixes to the problems 
identified in IOT&E and directs the Under Secretary of Defense 
for Acquisition and Sustainment to brief the congressional 
defense committees not later than 30 days after the full 
deployment decision on the results of FOT&E.
    The Committee understands that a total of 508 incidents 
were identified among the four initial operating capability 
sites, with 57 identified as high priority. Since IOT&E 
concluded, approximately 122 of these incidents have been 
resolved, while another 386 incidents remain open. Nearly two-
thirds of these open incidents have approved fixes and are 
ready for re-test during the FOT&E period in early 2020. The 
Committee directs the Program Executive Officer, Defense 
Healthcare Management Systems [PEO DHMS] to provide monthly 
reports not later than 15 days after the end of each month to 
the congressional defense committees on the status of all open 
incident reports as well as the 57 high priority incident 
reports in order for the Committee to better track the progress 
of the Department in resolving the multitude of issues 
identified in the initial deployment of MHS GENESIS.
    The PEO DHMS, in conjunction with the Director of the 
Interagency Program Office [IPO], is directed to provide 
quarterly reports not later than 30 days after the end of each 
fiscal quarter to the congressional defense committees and the 
Government Accountability Office on the cost and schedule of 
the program, to include milestones, knowledge points, and 
acquisition timelines, as well as quarterly obligation reports. 
These reports should also include the following: (1) any 
changes to the deployment timeline, including benchmarks, for 
full operating capability; (2) any refinements to the cost 
estimate for full operating capability and the total life cycle 
cost of the project; and (3) the progress toward developing, 
implementing, and fielding the interoperable electronic health 
record throughout the two Departments' medical facilities. The 
Committee further directs the PEO DHMS to continue briefing the 
House and Senate Defense Appropriations Subcommittees on a 
quarterly basis, coinciding with the report submission. The 
Committee notes that these reporting requirements have been in 
place since fiscal year 2016 and is disappointed that the PEO 
DHMS failed to provide the updated program life cycle cost 
estimate established in December 2018 or the updated deployment 
schedule established in January 2019 as required in these 
quarterly reports.
    Additionally, the Committee directs the Comptroller General 
to continue quarterly performance reviews of the deployment of 
MHS GENESIS with a focus on whether the program is meeting 
expected cost, schedule, scope, quality, and risk mitigation 
expectations. The Committee expects PEO DHMS to facilitate 
these quarterly performance reviews by providing the 
Comptroller General with regular and in-depth access to the 
program.
    Finally, the Committee directs the IPO to continue to 
provide quarterly reports to the House and Senate Subcommittees 
on Appropriations for Defense and Military Construction, 
Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies on the progress of 
interoperability between the two Departments.
    Military Treatment Facility Transition.--The Committee is 
dismayed with the lack of detail and timeliness of information 
it has received regarding the transition of Military Treatment 
Facilities [MTF] from the Services to the Defense Health Agency 
[DHA]. The first eight MTFs transitioned under the control of 
DHA in October 2018, and the Committee was briefed in January 
2019 that east coast MTFs would transition in October 2019, 
west coast MTFs in October 2020, and MTFs outside the 
continental U.S. in October 2021. In July 2019, the Committee 
learned secondhand about a new plan for all MTFs to transition 
under DHA in October 2019, a plan that has since been reported 
through Department media outlets yet still not confirmed to the 
Committee, less than 1 month before the accelerated transition 
is set to begin. Additional details regarding the transition, 
such as a list of the functional capabilities and conditions 
upon which the transfers would be based, have been requested 
and not yet received. These are metrics that the Department has 
set for itself and should be able to openly and expediently 
share with congressional oversight committees. The Committee 
finds these delays unacceptable.
    The Committee directs the Comptroller General to submit a 
report to the congressional defense committees not later than 
90 days after the enactment of this act on the transition of 
MTFs to the DHA. The report should include a review of 
functions at facilities that have already transitioned, 
including DHA's role, management, or administration support 
that the Services are currently still providing and a timeline 
for that support to cease; cost implications of the transition; 
the current and planned DHA staffing model; and how the DHA 
will ensure that the Services' medical requirements are 
accounted for.
    Traumatic Brain Injury/Psychological Health.--The Committee 
recommends $60,000,000 above the fiscal year 2020 budget 
request for continued research into treatment, prevention, and 
detection of Traumatic Brain Injury [TBI] and improved 
psychological health. The Committee directs the Assistant 
Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) to submit a report to the 
congressional defense committees not later than 18 months after 
the enactment of this act on expenditure and obligation data of 
additional funding added by Congress for psychological health 
and TBI. This report should include information on agreements 
made with other government agencies.
    Additionally, the Committee is aware of recent medical 
advances in drug development for neurodegenerative diseases and 
encourages the Department to further its research into 
developing drugs that reverse, halt, or slow the 
neurodegenerative process associated with TBI including 
opportunities through public-private partnerships, such as the 
Medical Technology Consortium. The Committee is also aware of 
recent scientific evidence that suggests rotational 
acceleration resulting from blunt impact is a contributing 
factor to mild TBI [mTBI] and concussion and encourages the 
Department to continue to work with and support research at 
non-Department of Defense entities that have developed and 
proposed rotational impact test methodologies to provide 
enhanced protection solutions.
    The Committee also notes that more work needs to be done to 
diagnose TBI in all its forms, including mTBI and concussion. 
The Committee encourages the Department to continue research 
into and deployment of mTBI/concussion multi-modal diagnostic 
devices that have been cleared by the Food and Drug 
Administration. Finally, the Committee understands that chronic 
migraine is often associated with post-traumatic headaches of 
patients who suffer from TBI. Given the lack of data in this 
area, the Committee encourages the Department to support 
research to develop biomarkers useful in diagnosing and 
monitoring TBI patients with chronic migraine or post-traumatic 
headache.
    Peer-Reviewed Medical Research Program.--The Committee 
recommends $350,000,000 for the Peer-Reviewed Medical Research 
Program. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense, in 
conjunction with the Service Surgeons General, to select 
medical research projects of clear scientific merit and direct 
relevance to military health. Research areas considered under 
this funding are restricted to: arthritis, autism, burn pit 
exposure, chronic migraine and post-traumatic headache, 
congenital heart disease, constrictive bronchiolitis, diabetes, 
Duchenne muscular dystrophy, dystonia, eating disorders, 
emerging viral diseases, endometriosis, epidermolysis bullosa, 
familial hypercholesterolemia, fibrous dysplasia, focal 
segmental glomerulosclerosis, food allergies, Fragile X, 
frontotemporal degeneration, Guillain-Barre Syndrome, gulf war 
illness, hearing regeneration, hemorrhage control, hepatitis B, 
hydrocephalus, immunomonitoring of intestinal transplants, 
inflammatory bowel diseases, interstitial cystitis, lupus, 
metals toxicology, mitochondrial disease, multiple sclerosis, 
musculoskeletal health, myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic 
fatigue syndrome, myotonic dystrophy, neurofibromatosis, 
nutrition optimization, pancreatitis, Parkinson's, pathogen-
inactivated blood products, plant-based vaccines, polycystic 
kidney disease, pressure ulcers, pulmonary fibrosis, 
reconstructive transplantation, resilience training, 
respiratory health, rheumatoid arthritis, sleep disorders and 
restriction, spinal cord injury, spinal muscular atrophy, 
sustained release drug delivery, trauma, tuberous sclerosis 
complex, vascular malformations, vision, and women's heart 
disease. The Committee emphasizes that the additional funding 
provided under the Peer-Reviewed Medical Research Program shall 
be devoted only to the purposes listed above.
    Joint Warfighter Medical Research Program.--The Committee 
recommends $25,000,000 for the Joint Warfighter Medical 
Research Program. Funds shall be used to augment and accelerate 
high priority Department of Defense and Service medical 
requirements and to continue both core and congressionally-
directed prior year initiatives that are close to achieving 
their objectives and yielding a benefit to military medicine. 
These funds shall not be used for new projects or basic 
research, and they shall be awarded at the discretion of the 
Secretary of Defense following a review of medical research and 
development gaps, as well as unfinanced medical requirements of 
the Services. Further, the Committee directs the Assistant 
Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) to provide a report not 
later than 18 months after the enactment of this act to the 
congressional defense committees, which lists the projects that 
receive funding. The report should include the funding amount 
awarded to each project, a thorough description of each 
project's research, and the benefit the research will provide 
to the Department of Defense.
    Peer-Reviewed Cancer Research Programs.--The Committee 
recommends $120,000,000 for the peer-reviewed breast cancer 
research program, $64,000,000 for the peer-reviewed prostate 
cancer research program, $20,000,000 for a peer-reviewed 
melanoma research program, $10,000,000 for the peer-reviewed 
ovarian cancer research program, $7,500,000 for a peer-reviewed 
rare cancers research program, and $90,000,000 for the peer-
reviewed cancer research program that would research cancers 
not addressed in the aforementioned programs currently executed 
by the Department of Defense.
    The funds provided in the peer-reviewed cancer research 
program are directed to be used to conduct research in the 
following areas: bladder cancer; blood cancers; brain cancer; 
colorectal cancer; esophageal cancer; head and neck cancer; 
immunotherapy; kidney cancer; liver cancer; lung cancer; 
mesothelioma; neuroblastoma; pancreatic cancer; pediatric brain 
tumors; pediatric, adolescent, and young adult cancers; and 
stomach cancer.
    The funds provided under the peer-reviewed cancer research 
program shall be used only for the purposes listed above. The 
Committee directs the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health 
Affairs) to provide a report not later than 18 months after the 
enactment of this act to the congressional defense committees 
on the status of the peer-reviewed cancer research program. For 
each research area, the report should include the funding 
amount awarded, the progress of the research, and the relevance 
of the research to servicemembers.
    Orthotics and Prosthetics Outcomes Research.--The Committee 
recommends $15,000,000 in support of orthotics and prosthetics 
outcomes research. The focus of this research should be on 
outcomes-based best practices through analysis of the merits of 
clinical options currently available, not on th