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This appropriation provides for the procurement of all major equipment and weapons except aircraft, missiles, and ships. Large portions of the program are devoted to procurement of equipment to modernize the fleet units assigned to general purpose forces and to provide high performance weapons for these forces. Emphasis will be placed this year on enhancing antisubmarine capability by additional purchase of improved weapons, detection devices, and other modern equipment. Programs to provide a substantial number of new type air launched attack weapons, support items such as communications equipment and training devices will be continued in 1966. 1. Ships support equipment. This activity finances the procurement of hull, machinery and other shipboard components used for authorized alterations and maintenance replacement on ships of the Active Fleet. The procurement of nuclear cores for replacements in active fleet ships whose core life has expired will be financed by this appropriation beginning in 1966.

2. Communications and electronics equipment.-This activity finances the procurement of electronic, communication and cryptologic equipment for general purpose and support forces.

Primary effort continues to be procurement of electronic equipment for the increased effectiveness of ASW forces and afloat communications. This reflects the need for additional effort to combat the threat from enemy submarines and to insure the necessary capability for meeting expanded command and control requirements.

This activity also includes the financing of command and cryptologic equipment for Naval Command Centers and in support of the Defense Communication Systems. Additionally, efforts to improve electronic cryptologic devices will continue.

3. Weapons support equipment.-This activity finances the procurement of ammunition, ordnance equipment, ground electronics, aircraft support equipment and other support equipment for naval forces.

Approximately 45% of the 1966 program is associated with procurement of weapons and equipment for antisubmarine warfare forces. The procurement in support of ASW includes a significant increase in the program planned for the more effective MK 46 torpedo. Procurement of ASW mines, the ASROC weapon, submarine detection devices and equipment to modernize launching and fire control systems is also planned in 1966. In addition to procurement in support of ASW forces, the 1966 request includes funds for ammunition, bombs and ordnance equipment for use in limited and general war. Included in this category are aerial bombs fitted for launching from high speed aircraft and the first production buy of a new television guided bomb.

The ground electronics program, in addition to providing equipment to modernize air traffic control and communications facilities, provides funding for the second increment of the Atlantic Fleet Weapons Range and the Underwater Tactical Range, Pacific. A wide variety of equipment is also procured under this activity for the support of aircraft operations, including catapults,

arresting gear, landing aids, training aids, and general purpose shop, handling and test equipment.

4. Civil engineering support equipment.-Construction weight handling and transportation equipment, almost all of which is programed for use by Navy general purpose forces, is financed in this activity.

5. Supply support equipment.-Self-propelled materials handling equipment and automated materials handling systems required for rapid management of supplies within the Navy Supply System are financed by this activity. 6. Personnel and command support equipment.—Provided under this activity are equipment, devices and aids for training of naval and Naval Reserve personnel. Also provided herein are industrial, photographic, and oceanographic equipments.

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Identification code 07-15-1810-0-1-051

11.1

11.5

Total personnel compensation.
Personnel benefits...
Transportation of things.
Printing and reproduction..
25.1 Other services..

12.0
22.0
24.0

26.0 Supplies and materials..
31.0 Equipment.

32.0 Lands and structures..

99.0

Direct obligations:

Personnel compensation:
Permanent positions....

Other personnel compensation..........

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

Personnel Summary

Total number of permanent positions..
Average number of all employees.
Average GS grade..
Average GS salary.

Average salary of ungraded positions..

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714

683

7.2 $7,112 $5,951

5,623

459 7,730 2 24,967

24,843

229,026 370,783 688,685 740,255 578 181 955,638 1,150,000 1,150,000

6,503 159

18,388 675 210 20,224 18,417 27,101

215 17,172 22,613

37,015

48,000 40,000

992,654 1,198,000 1,190,000

6,662

545 8,395 2 15,177 438,074 681,145

736

837

695

824

7.2 7.2 $7,431 $7,436 $6,155 $6,144

PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS

For expenses necessary for the procurement, manufacture, and modification of missiles, armament, ammunition, military equipment, and vehicles for the Marine Corps, including purchase of not to exceed two hundred and [six] sixty-nine passenger motor vehicles for replacement only; [$162,944,000] $43,800,000, to remain available until expended. (5 U.S.C. 78; 10 U.S.C. 5031, 7201; 31 U.S.C. 718; Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1965; additional authorizing legislation to be proposed for $13,000,000.)

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Note. Reconciliation of budget plan to obligations:

Total budget plan...

Deduct portion of budget plan to be obligated in subsequent year..
Add obligations of prior year budget plans..

Total obligations.--.

32,100

13,000

32,500

25,600

15,200

118,400

118,400

-69,600
-5,000

43,800

1964 actual
207,790
35.785

84.998

1964 actual

64,204

20,579

115,940

33,969

22,310

257,002

257,002

position in conventional
ammunition.

747 -425 -12

-174,997
-8,900

118,990

9,555

201,960

1965 estimate
173, 100
45, 100
42,000

257,002

309 257,311

334,363 ---353,323

238,351

Obligations

1965 estimate

39,700

20,800

70,700

27,700

11,100

170,000

170,000

-6,900

-118,990

-9,555

58,789

69,600

162,944

170,000
-6,900

163,100

353,323 -334,423

182.000

1966 estimate
118.400
33.400

35,000

257,002

1 Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are principally the dollar value of mutual security military sales to friendly foreign nations (5 U.S.C. 172d-1).

170,000

120,000

1966 estimate

30.000

14,000

36,000

26,000

14,000

120,000

120,000

-58,789 -69.600

52,189

43,800

120,000

120,000

334,423 -279,423

175,000

weapons,

This appropriation provides the Marine Corps with weapons, ammunition, and related equipment most of which are programed for use by Marine general purpose forces such as Marine divisions, Marine aircraft wings, and tank and These

weapons, equipment and The 1966 program continues to improve firepower and mobility with rapid communication for use by field comequipments provide the military hardware for support missiles will provide increased fire and staying power manders. Tank and artillery ammunition and Redeye for seizure and defense of advanced naval bases, limited against ground and low-level aircraft targets. The variety of tactics vertical envelop dispersal of forces and speed of weapons and weapon is met in the program procurement uniment movements. Sizeable programs in 1962 through variety of modern electronic equipments for communi1964 put the Marine Corps in an excellent readiness cations, intelligence, and control.

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Budget plan (amounts for procurement actions programed)

1964 actual 1965 estimate 1966 estimate

1,091,000 463,400 91,500

206,300

560,900

668,000

678,100

3,759,200

87,100

49,000

3,100

6,100

30,700

23,800

199,800

3,959,000

-226,138 -95,434 -25,000 -719

-1,714 -224,720

Note. Reconciliation of budget plans to obligations: Total budget plan.

AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

For construction, procurement, and modification of aircraft, and equipment, including armor and armament, specialized ground handling equipment, and training devices, spare parts, and accessories therefor; specialized equipment; expansion of public and private plants, Government-owned equipment and installation thereof in such plants, erection of structures, and acquisition of land without regard to section 9774 of title 10, United States Code, for the foregoing purposes, and such land, and interests therein, may be acquired and construction prosecuted thereon prior to the approval of title by the Attorney General as required by section 355, Revised Statutes, as amended; reserve plant and equipment layaway; and other expenses necessary for the foregoing purposes, including rents and transportation of things; [$3,563,737,000 $3,550,200,000, to remain available until expended. (5 U.S.C. 55a; 10 U.S.C. 174, 1584, 2271-79, 2352-54, 2386, 2663, 2672, 8012, 8062, 9501-05, 9531-32, 9741-42; 31 U.S.C. 649c, 718; 40 U.S.C. 523; 50 U.S.C. 451-62; Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1965; authorizing legislation to be proposed.)

300 3,385,575

1,305,500 520,800

93,300

104,800

587,800

631,300

663,300

3,906,800

96,200

26,800

10,500

18,500

40,000

19,500

211,500

4,118,300

Deduct portion of budget plan to be obligated in subsequent

years..

Add obligations of prior year budget plans..

Total obligations.---.

-201,500 -95,000 -24,000 -1,000

-300 -232,763

1964 actual 3,959,000 782, 147 1,219, 700

1,473,900 398,800

37,600

46,200

632,400

627,200

634,100

3,850,200

1 Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are derived principally of aircraft, components, and spares and repair parts (22 U.S.Č. 2315.)

90,200

20,800

10,500

18,000

40,000

17,500

197,000

4,047,200

3,563,737 3,550,200

-197,000

-74,000

-25,000 -1,000

--200,000

1964 actual

1,427,900 572,700 88,200

213,200

556,400

334,500 1,054,560

4,247,460

50,734

27,079

2,445

13,085

31,037

24,713

149,093

4,396,553

-206,507 -142,854

-227,003

-296

-1,481,315 -1,714

1,048,411

300

3,385,575

4,396,553

-576,660

3,819,893

2,208,756 -2,134,790

3,893,859

1965 estimate 4, 118, 300 840,511 514, 211 4,396, 553 3,792,000 3,750,000 from cash sales to foreign governments

1966 estimate 4,047, 200 969, 300 672, 100

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PROCUREMENT-Continued

General and special funds-Continued

AIRCRAFT PRocurement, AIR FORCE-Continued

This appropriation provides for the procurement of aircraft, spares, components, industrial production facilities, supporting aerospace ground equipment and modification of inservice aircraft. Management of the overall aircraft programs is facilitated by bringing together in a single appropriation all funds for the prime aircraft weapon systems and related specialized ground handling and test equipment. The funds requested provide for a procurement program of 517 new aircraft in 1966 as compared with 857 in 1965.

1. Combat aircraft. This activity provides for the procurement of aircraft to continue modernization of the combat forces through improved capability and flexibility. Procurement of the F-4 series of aircraft was initiated in this activity in 1962. An improved version was first procured in 1964 and procurement is continued in 1965 and 1966. Beginning in 1966 further technological advances in electronic equipments are being incorporated in the aircraft to be procured. The 1966 quantity will complete the approved program for the reconnaissance The procurement program for the F-111, two-place, variable sweep-wing tactical fighter-bomber in this budget continues the improvement of deployment and combat mission capability. The initial production quantity was provided for in 1965.

version.

2. Airlift aircraft. The procurement program for the all-jet transport-C-141-is continued in this activity in 1966 with resulting improvement in military mobility and capability because of increased range, payload and quicker reaction time. This is the fourth year of production quantities for this aircraft the initial quantity having been provided in 1963.

3. Trainer aircraft. Provision is made in this activity for the procurement of jet training aircraft to satisfy the requirements of the training mission for high performance, supersonic aircraft. These requirements will be completed with the 1966 procurement.

4. Other aircraft.-For 1966 this activity includes the procurement quantity of the search and rescue aircraftHC-130H-for completion of the approved program. Additionally, a quantity of the light helicopters for missile base support is provided.

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5. Modifications of inservice aircraft. This activity provides for modifications of inservice aircraft necessary for safety-of-flight and changes incorporating technical improvements keeping the force abreast of the latest stateof-the-art.

6. Spares and repair parts.-This activity provides for the procurement of all spares and repair parts required to support the aircraft being procured, the aircraft in the inventory, the modification and modernization program, and the related support equipment.

7. Other support.-This activity provides for industrial facilities, component improvements, common aerospace ground support equipment and other charges.

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Identification code 07-15-3010-0-1-051

1,564,000
130,200

227,600

103,300

289,400

2,314,500

14,300

1,900

33,500

49,700

2,364,200

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Budget plan
(amounts for procurement actions programed)

1964 actual 1965 estimate 1966 estimate

MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

For construction, procurement, and modification of missiles,

rockets, and related equipment, including spare parts and accessories therefor, ground handling equipment, and training devices; expansion of public and private plants, Government-owned equipment and installation thereof in such plants, erection of structures, and acquisition of land, without regard to section 9774 of title 10, United States Code, for the foregoing purposes, and such land, and interests therein, may be acquired and construction prosecuted thereon prior to the approval of title by the Attorney General as required by section 355, Revised Statutes, as amended; reserve plant and equipment layaway; and other expenses necessary for the foregoing purposes, including rents and transportation of things; [$1,730,000,000 $796,100,000, to remain available until expended. (5 U.S.C. 55a; 10 U.S.C. 2271-79, 2353, 2386, 2663, 2672, 8012, 8062, 9501-02, 9505, 9531-32, 9741-42; 31 U.S.C. 649c, 718; 40 U.S.C. 523; 50 U.S.C. 451-62; Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1965; authorizing legislation to be proposed.)

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1964 actual

1964 actual

9,000 12,000 8,000 334,460 609,000 600,000 3,904,000 2,979,000 2,942,000 4,247,460 3,600,000 3,550,000

24,713 20,200 15,700 124,380 171,800 184,300 149,093 192,000 200,000 4,396,553 3,792,000 3,750,000

1,461,322

26,837

205,644 108,460

334,688

2,136,951

1965 1966 estimate estimate

8,600

652 28,600

37,852 2,174,803

Obligations

1965 estimate

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745, 100 142,900 198,700

88,200

375, 100 1,550,000

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4,500

6,500 5,500 38,000

5,000

35,500

50,000 45,000 1,600,000 1,145,000

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