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Identification code 07-05-2060-0-1-051

43

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)-Continued

Reimbursable obligations: 26.0 Supplies and materials..

99.0

Total obligations...

Identification code 07-05-3850-0-1-051

NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE

For pay, allowances, clothing, subsistence, gratuities, travel, and related expenses for personnel of the Air National Guard on duty under sections 265, 8033, [and] or 8496 of title 10 or section 708 of title 32, United States Code, or while undergoing training or while performing drills or equivalent duty, as authorized by law; [$69,300,000] $71,300,000: Provided, That obligations may be incurred under this appropriation without regard to section 107 of title 32, United States Code. (10 U.S.C. 265, 683, 8012, 8033, 8062, 8077-80, 8224-25, 8261, 8351-54, 8356, 8358-63, 8365-68, 8370-81, 8392-95, 8491, 8495-96, 8498, 8611-12, 8687, 8722, 9301, 9561-63, 9741, 9743; 31 U.S.C. 698; 32 U.S.C. 107, 318, 319, 321, 701; 37 U.S.C. 204-06, 301, 309, 402, 418, 1002; Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1965.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Program by activities:

Direct program: Reserve component personnel...

Reimbursable program: Reserve component personnel....

Total obligations...

Financing:

Receipts and reimbursements from: Administrative budget accounts.. Non-Federal sources 1.

14

25 Unobligated balance lapsing--

New obligational authority.

New obligational authority: 40 Appropriation

41 Transferred to "Emergency fund, Defense"

(77 Stat. 270).

Appropriation (adjusted).

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1964 1965 1966 actual estimate estimate

1,419 1,700 1,600 454,707 522,100 461,400

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1964 actual

69,300 71,300

147 147 69,447 71,447

-7 -140

61,100 69,300 71,300

61,500 69,300 71,300

-400

61,100 69,300 71,300

60,456 69,447 -128 -147

-7 -140

Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are derived from sale of meals to officers from enlisted messes (10 U.S.C. 9621).

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

71,447 -147

48,450 53,921 4,529 5,265

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1965 1966 estimate estimate

56,985 6,034

10

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Total direct obligations. __ Reimbursable program:

1. Reserve component personnel........

Total obligations.----

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Obligations affecting expenditures.Obligated balance, start of year. Obligated balance, end of year.. Adjustments in expired accounts.

Expenditures...

Identification code 07-05-1405-0-1-051

RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY

For pay, allowances, clothing, subsistence, gratuities, travel, and related expenses for personnel of the Naval Reserve on active duty under section 265 of title 10, United States Code, or while undergoing reserve training, or while performing drills or equivalent [duty,] duty; regular and contract enrollees in the Naval Reserve Officers, Training [Corps,] Corps; and retainer [pay, pay; as authorized by law; [$99,200,000, and, in addition $3,400,000 which shall be derived by transfer from the Defense stock fund] $105,100,000. (10 U.S.C. 683, 1475-80, 6081-86, 6148, 6901, 6904, 6908, 6910; 37 U.S.C. 204, 206, 301, 305, 309, 402-04, 415-18, 1002; Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1965.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Direct obligations:

11.7 Personnel compensation: Military personnel..

1964 actual

12.1 Personnel benefits, military personnel... 21.0 Travel and transportation of persons..

1,557 10

5,743

39

60,328

128 60,456

1964 actual

88,396 6,225 94,621 6

94,627

1964 actual

-6

95,100

94,627 -6

479

1965 1966 estimate estimate

1,859 31 8,157 67

69,300

147

69,447

1965 1966 estimate estimate

-10 -3,400

99,200

102,610 -10

95,800 98,600 6,800

102,600 10 102,610

6,500 105,100 10

105,110

74,998 82,889 6,411 6,247

8,637

8,625

71,300

147

71,447

1 Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are derived from undeliverable checks.

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

-10

94,621 15,593 -17,506 26

92,734 100,000 100,000

105,100

105,110

-10

2,144 35 6,030 72

102,600 105,100 17,506 20,106 -20,106 -25,206

1965 1966 estimate estimate

84,281

6,878

9,009

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Total obligations...

Identification code 07-05-1108-0-1-051

Program by activities:

Direct program:

1. Reserve component personnel.... 2. Reserve officer candidates.

Total direct obligations.

Reimbursable program:

1. Reserve component personnel.. 2. Reserve officer candidates.

Total reimbursable obligations. --Total obligations....

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RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS

For pay, allowances, clothing, subsistence, gratuities, travel, and related expenses for personnel of the Marine Corps Reserve and the Marine Corps platoon leaders class on active duty under section 265 of title 10, United States Code, or while undergoing reserve training, or while performing drills or equivalent duty, as authorized by law; [$30,900,000, and, in addition $1,200,000 which shall be derived by transfer from the Defense stock fund] $33,000,000. (10 U.S.Č. 683, 1475-80, 6081-86, 6148; 37 U.S.C. 204, 206, 301, 305, 309, 402-04, 415-18, 1002; Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1965.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

New obligational authority (appropriation).

Relation of obligations to expenditures: 10 Total obligations. -.

70 Receipts and other offsets (items 11-17)...

71 Obligations affecting expenditures..

72 Obligated balance, start of year..

74 Obligated balance, end of

year

77 Adjustments in expired accounts.

90

Expenditures.

1964 actual

4,510 65

94,621

1964 actual

6

94,627 102,610 105,110

28,654 843

29,497

177

177

29,674

-152

-26

403

29,900

1965 1966 estimate estimate

29,674

-177

4,739 100

102,600

29,497

4,455 -4,712 -252

28,988

10

31,200 900

32,100

1965 1966 estimate estimate

195

3

198

32,298

-148

-50

-1,200

30,900

4,832

100

105,100

32,298

-198

32,100

4,712

-4,812

10

32,000

31,900

1,100

33,000

195

3

198

33,198

-148 -50

33,000

33,198

-198

33,000 4,812 -6,812

31,000

1 Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are derived from sale of clothing

te regular Marine Corps personnel (10 U.S.C. 7601).

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RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE

For pay, allowances, clothing, subsistence, gratui related expenses for personnel of the Air Force R duty under section 265 or 8033 of title 10, United Stat undergoing reserve [training] training, or while per equivalent duty, and for members of the Air Reserve ing Corps, as authorized by law; [$59,200,000, & $3,400,000 which shall be derived by transfer fr stock fund] $60,500,000. (10 U.S.Č. 683, 147511, 8012, 8033, 8062, 8076, 8221-23, 8259–60, 835163, 8365-68, 8370-81, 8392-95, 8491, 8611-12, 8 9301, 9411-14, 9561-63, 9741, 9743; 37 U.S.C. 20 309, 402-04, 415-18, 1002; Department of Defens Act, 1965.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dolla

1964 actual

11 14

22

Program by activities: Direct program:

1. Reserve component personnel.. 2. Reserve officer candidates____

Total direct obligations. ____. Reimbursable program:

1. Reserve component personnel. 2. Reserve officer candidates...

Total reimbursable obligations----

Total obligations..

Financing:

Receipts and reimbursements from:
Administrative budget accounts..
Non-Federal sources 1

Unobligated balance transferred from "Defense stock fund" (78 Stat. 466)

25 Unobligated balance lapsing..........

40

New obligational authority (appropriation.

Relation of obligations to expenditures: 10 Total obligations...

70 Receipts and other offsets (items 11-17).-

Obligations affecting expenditures.--

21,000 315 3,522 32 4,616 12

29,497 177 29,674

71

72 Obligated balance, start of year..

74 Obligated balance, end of year.

77 Adjustments in expired accounts.

90

Expenditures.....

50.080 7,076

57,157

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57,174

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57.157

6.406 -7,786 -386

55,391

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1 Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are derived fro

to institutions for the ROTC (10 U.S.C. 9627).

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Under the provisions of the retired serviceman's family protection plan, retired service personnel who elect to receive reduced amounts of retired pay are able to provide for monthly payments to be continued to their survivors. The reductions are determined on a basis designed to establish an actuarially sound system. Current appropriations provide only for the net payments to be made each year, and the liability for future payments of survivor benefits is unfunded. Administrative expenses of this family protection plan are provided as operation and maintenance costs of the military services. The accumulated difference between reductions in retired pay and actual payments of survivor benefits is indicated in the following table (in thousands of dollars):

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Army.
Navy.

Marine Corps..
Air Force...

61.719

17,723

5,313

74,129

74,129

19,988

6,132

87,985

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

The Operation and Maintenance appropriations of the Department of Defense provide funds for the day-to-day cluding the Reserve Forces, and related support activities costs of operating and maintaining the Armed Forces, inof the Department of Defense. Included are the combat forces under the control of the various unified and specified commands, as well as the logistical, training, and administrative activities provided by each military department and the defense agencies.

Financial requirements for these accounts are influenced by a variety of factors, the principal of which are military personnel, force levels, rates of operational activity, numbers of installations, and quantity and complexity of major equipment (missiles, aircraft, ships, tanks, etc.) in operation. Details of force and military personnel levels are in part 4 of the budget. Further discussion of the impact of force levels is included under the applicable appropriations.

This estimate includes funds for the pay of all military A substantial part of these appropriations pays for the personnel on the retired lists of the Department of Decost of operating and maintaining our military installafense. The estimate represents the consolidated require-installations are as follows: tions throughout the world. The numbers of major ments of the military departments for (a) payments to retired officers and enlisted personnel of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force; (b) the retainer pay of regular enlisted personnel of the Fleet Reserve of the Navy and Fleet Marine Corps Reserve; and (c) survivors' benefits. The substantial gains to the retired rolls can be directly attributed to the greater number of individuals attaining eligibility for retirement after 20 or more years of active military service. The following tabulation shows

1964

196 178

185

247

241

13

14 200

207

Total.......

652 633

Support programs common to each military department, such as supply, materiel maintenance, training, communi

1966

171

237 14 198

620

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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE-Continued

cations, and medical, are financed by these appropriations. 07-10-2020-0-1-051
Supply activities of the various services and of the Defense
Supply Agency procure, store, distribute, and compute
requirements for military materiel. These various func-
tions are conducted at supply depots and centers, ship-
yards, inventory control points, procurement offices, and
other logistical installations throughout the world.

Training activities provide for individual training of officers and enlisted men including recruit training, career training, and training in special skills, including pilot training. The majority of individual training is conducted through resident courses of instruction at the various training bases, service schools and colleges, although some educational facilities of civilian institutions are used. This program also provides for the operation of the three service academies, including a larger cadet enrollment at the Army and Air Force Academies, as authorized by recently enacted legislation.

Communications support relates primarily to commercial leased line facilities. These include two defensewide automated communications switching networks for voice and record purposes, which are being expanded in 1966 to provide for a vastly improved capability.

Medical care is provided active and retired military personnel and their dependents in hospitals operated by the military departments, by other Federal agencies, and by civilian agencies. It cost the Department of Defense $76 million in 1964 for the care of dependents of military personnel in civilian hospitals, and these costs are estimated at $80 million in 1965 and $83 million in 1966.

General and special funds:

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY

For expenses, not otherwise provided for, necessary for the operation and maintenance of the Army, including administration; medical and dental care of personnel entitled thereto by law or regulation (including charges of private facilities for care of military personnel on duty or leave, except elective private treatment), and other measures necessary to protect the health of the Army; care of the dead; chaplains' activities; awards and medals; welfare and recreation; recruiting expenses; transportation services; communications services; maps and similar data for military purposes; military surveys and engineering planning; repair of facilities; hire of passenger motor vehicles; tuition and fees incident to training of military personnel at civilian institutions; field exercises and maneuvers; [expenses for the Reserve Officers' Training Corps and other units at educational institutions, as authorized by law;] and not to exceed [$4,156,000] $4,308,000 for emergencies and extraordinary expenses, to be expended on the approval or authority of the Secretary of the Army, and payments may be made on his certificate of necessity for confidential military purposes, and his determination shall be final and conclusive upon the accounting officers of the Government; [$3,439,000,000 $3,379,100,000, of which not less than [$236,000,000 $221,900,000 shall be available only for the maintenance of real property facilities. (5 U.S.C. 43, 55a, 736-1, 78, 103a, 118 (a), (c), (j-h), 836, 946; 10 U.S.C. 265, 276, 1037, 1071-85, 1481-88, 2602, 2674, 2675, 3012, 3013, 3062, 4302, 4331-55, 4382, 4385, 4386, 4505, 4536, 4741; 81 U.S.C. 22a; 37 U.S.C. 253; 39 U.S.C. 712; 40 U.S.C. 523; 50 U.S.C. 78, App. 761; Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1965.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)--( Identification code

1,131,014 1,153,236 1,155,100
330,833 339,152 316,700
860,537 873,958 850,900

248,981

270,965 274,500

Program by activities-Continued
Direct program-Continued
5. Medical activities..
6. Armywide activities..

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11

13

14

16

21

24

25

Total direct obligations
Reimbursable program:
1. Operating forces..
2. Training activities.
3. Central supply activities.

4. Major overhaul and maintenance of
materiel..

5. Medical activities.

6. Armywide activities.

Financing:

Receipts and reimbursements from:
Administrative budget accounts:
Military assistance orders..
Other accounts..

Total reimbursable obligations.............
Subtotal...

343

Intrafund obligations......

44

Total obligations.....

Trust fund accounts..
Non-Federal sources..

Comparative transfers to other accounts..
Unobligated balance, start of year, military
assistance orders (69 Stat. 438)..
Unobligated balance available, end of year
military assistance orders (69 Stat. 438).
Unobligated balance lapsing...

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1964 actual

Comparative appropriation (ad-
justed).

167,771 547,624

3,286,759 3.

237.714

52,183

232,707

116,068

96,181

43,294

778,146

4,064,905 4. -52,727

4,012,178 3.

-32,957

-522,215 -9,496 -136,491 87,007

-74,055

29,089 5

3,353,066 3,

-87,007

3,266,059 3,

3,369,071 3,

-20,700

-15,545

-150

-1,404

338 3,156

18,300 3,353,066 3,4

Appropriation (adjusted).

Proposed supplemental due to civil-
ian pay increases.....
Less: Army Reserve and Reserve
Officers' Training Corps items re-
quested under "Operation and
maintenance, Army National
Guard and Reserve" for 1966-87,007

3,266,059 3,3

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91

74 Obligated balance, end of year.. 77 Adjustments in expired accounts..

90

Expenditures excluding pay increase
supplemental...
Expenditures from civilian pay in-
crease supplemental....

1964
1965
1966
actual estimate estimate

3,398,026 3,487,391 3,385,100
444,966 352,225 403,616
-352,225-403,616-462,716

-35,748

6. Armywide activities. This program provides for worldwide command and direction of Army programs, 3.455.020 3,393,090 3,325,000 accomplished at major headquarters. It also provides for the support of certain joint headquarters for which the Army has executive agent responsibility, and for other activities such as personnel processing and support activities, administrative services, communications, intelligence activities, mapping and geodesy, finance and audit services, and joint activities.

42,910 1,000

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Less: Expenditures for Army Reserve
and Reserve Officers' Training
Corps items requested under "Oper-
ation and maintenance, Army Na-

tional Guard and Reserve" for 1966. -85,850 -96,000 -6,000

Comparative expenditures............

3,369,170 3,340,000 3,320,000

This appropriation provides for the operations and other activities of the Active Army, with a beginning strength of 963,273 and end strength of 953,094 for 1966, and for those unified and specified command headquarters assigned to the Army. This budget reflects the elimination of the 15,000-man increase in strength provided in 1964 and 1965 for testing and evaluation of experimental air assault concepts. A major change in 1966 will be the transfer of the operation of the U.S. Army Replacement Training Centers from operating forces to training activities to place most individual training in one budget activity.

1. Operating forces.-This program provides for the unit training, operation and support of Army combat and combat support forces comprising approximately 70% of the Active Army strength. Included are costs for the operation and maintenance of the installations where these units are stationed and the operation and maintenance of the weapons, aircraft, vehicles, and other equipment used by these units. Also financed in this program are the Army Air Defense Command, the operation of tactical aircraft, the field exercise program, and special tactical activities.

2. Training activities.-This program provides for the individual training of officers and enlisted men. Individual training includes recruit training in U.S. Army Replacement Training Centers and school training at 37 Army service schools and colleges. In addition, this program finances joint training activities of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, the National War College, the Defense Language Institute, and the Defense Information

School.

nance assistance services on a worldwide basis, both with in-house resources and under contract with commercial enterprises, in order to maintain the Army's equipment in combat-ready condition. These services are also provided on a reimbursable basis to other U.S. forces and other nations under the military assistance and cooperative logistics programs.

5. Medical activities.-This activity finances the Army cost of medical care for military personnel and their families.

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Rent, communications, and utilities.
Printing and reproduction....
Other services...

Labor contracts with foreign govern-
ments 1

25.2 Services of other agencies.
26.0 Supplies and materials.

31.0 Equipment........
32.0 Lands and structures..

41.0 Grants, subsidies, and contributions...

Total reimbursable obligations..----
Subtotal..

1964 1965 1966 actual estimate estimate

96.0 Intrafund obligations..

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778,146 667,707 653,100 4,064,798 4,045,749 4,030,960 -52,727-50,000 -50,000

Total Department of the Army.. 4,012,071 3,995,749 3,980,960

1 Average number of persons: 1964, 87,943; 1965, 76,125; 1966, 73,896.

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