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RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION-Continued

is the principal source of funds for the operation of Government facilities like the Eastern and Western Test Ranges, the White Sands Missile Range, the Naval Ordnance Test Station, and the research and development programs at the Army's Redstone Arsenal.

4. Military astronautics and related equipment. This activity provides for programs directed toward the improvement of space technology for military purposes, and the investigation and development of specific military applications of space vehicles. During 1966, work will continue on military communications and navigation satellites, on improvements in satellite tracking, identification, and interception capability, and on experimental nuclear test detection satellites, the latter funded under the Military sciences activity. Funds for the manned orbiting laboratory program will be substantially increased in 1966. Development effort will continue on the Titan III, an improved multipurpose space booster system utilizing both solid and storable liquid propellants. Also, increased funds are provided for research on reentry vehicles and lifting bodies. Supporting research and development in such areas as bioastronautics, secondary power sources, guidance systems, materials research, improved propellants, and engine components will continue. The Air Force Arnold Engineering Development Center at Tullahoma, Tenn., is also supported under this activity.

5. Ships, small craft, and related equipment. This activity provides for design of new type ships and development of shipboard equipment. Funds are included in the regular shipbuilding appropriation for the actual construction of these new ships and ships employed in the development of new components and techniques. Funds in this activity will provide in 1966 for the development of advanced propulsion systems, communications, radar, catapults and arresting gear. Increased effort related to antisubmarine warfare to counter modern nuclear submarines is provided, including continued development of advanced sonars. A significant part of the research and development effort of the Naval Electronics Laboratory and the David Taylor Model Basin is funded under this activity.

6. Ordnance, combat vehicles, and related equipment.The Army's 1966 program includes improved artillery, combat vehicles, mortars, antitank weapons, tank armament, and small arms. Funds are included for the U.S. share of the joint development of a new main battle tank

in cooperation with the Federal Republic of Germany. The program continues development and evaluation of vehicles and weapons with emphasis on requirements for limited or unconventional warfare in remote areas. The 1966 Navy program continues to emphasize antisubmarine weapons and includes torpedoes, mines, depth charges, bombs, rockets, and other types of ammunition. Development of landing and amphibious vehicles for the Marine Corps is also provided in this activity. The principal support for the Naval Ordnance Laboratory at White Oak, Md., and for research and development activities at several Army arsenals is also funded here. 7. Other equipment.-This activity provides for research, development, test, and evaluation of equipment not separately provided under other activities. Examples of the types of equipment developed for the three services are as follows: a deep submergence vehicle development program for personnel rescue and underwater research; chemical and biological agent detection and protection; combat surveillance; tactical and strategic communications; mapping and geodetic systems; amphibious warfare support equipment; photographic equipment; aircraft control and warning; missile detection; and other electronic systems. Much of the support for the research and development effort at the Army Electronic Research and Development Laboratory, the Mitre Corporation and the Lincoln Laboratories is provided under this activity.

8. Programwide management and support.-For the Army and the Navy this activity provides for those costs development, and test facilities which are not distributed of operation, management, and maintenance of research, directly to other budget activities. For the Air Force it provides for certain costs of central administration such as the Air Force Systems Command Headquarters and Divisions as well as several large research, development, test, and evaluation installations.

Secretary of Defense to support the exploitation of new 9. Emergency fund.-The emergency fund enables the scientific developments and technological breakthroughs and to provide for other unforeseen contingencies in the research, development, test, and evaluation programs. General and special funds:

RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION, ARMY development, test, and evaluation, including maintenance, rehabili For expenses necessary for basic and applied scientific research, tation, lease, and operation of facilities and equipment, as authorized by law; [$1,340,045,000] $1,438,000,000, to remain available until expended. (10 U.S.C. 2353, 4503; Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1965; authorizing legislation to be proposed.)

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11.1

11.3

11.5

For completion of prior year budget plans..
Available to finance subsequent year budget plans.

New obligational authority.......

"Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army" (10
U.S.C. 126)..

42 Transferred from "Emergency fund, Defense" (77 Stat. 263 and 78
Stat. 474)..

Appropriation (adjusted).

Relation of obligations to expenditures:

10 Total obligations..

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

"Operating expenses, Public Buildings Service" General Services
Administration (77 Stat. 432 and 78 Stat. 655)....

71

72 Obligated balance, start of year..

74 Obligated balance, end of year.

90

Expenditures....

Obligations affecting expenditures.

Identification code 07-20-1319-0-1051

Personnel compensation:

Permanent positions...
Positions other than permanent..

Other personnel compensation.

Total personnel compensation..

Direct obligations:

Personnel compensation..

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)—Continued

Budget plan

(amounts for research, development, test, and
evaluation actions programed)

12.0 Personnel benefits..

21.0 Travel and transportation of persons....

22.0 Transportation of things....
23.0 Rent, communications, and utilities.

24.0 Printing and reproduction....

25.1 Other services..

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 direct obligations.

Reimbursable obligations: Personnel compensation.. 12.0 Personnel benefits...

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1964
1965
1966
actual estimate estimate

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

Deduct portion of budget plan to be obligated in subsequent

years.

Add obligations of prior year budget plans..

Total obligations.............

-8

209,663 220,157 215,554
2,457
2,355
2,497
9,301 7,350 7,415

221,319

229,964 225,466

198,781
15,355

203,325 199,056
15,915 15,543
9,453 9,680

9,479
8,158

8,026 2,470

13,346

2,206 1,052,755 760 79,556 109,879 834 1,045

13,344 12,984 2,418 2,432 931,307 1,023,307 742 747 82,553 82,873 110,981 108,966 856 862 1,080 1,080

1,492,154 1,380,000 1,460,000

22,538 26,639 26,410
1,808 2,149 2,133

-67,000
-1,000

-13,400

1,352,315

1,372,760

-8

-29,037

8,600 1,352,315

1964 actual
1,638, 953
179,091
88, 418
1,548, 280

1965 estimate
1,433, 715
190, 570
204, 855
1,448, 000

1,539,000

1 Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are principally derived from provision of laboratory services to
private organizations (10 U.S.C. 2481).

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

-78,000
-1,000

1,472,600

Identification code
07-20-1319-0-1-051

1,472,600

1,472,600

1964 actual

96.0 Intrafund obligations....

99.0

Total obligations..

-74,109
-1.070

-130,381

204,855
13,400

1,560,975

1,525,713

Total number of permanent positions..
Full-time equivalent of other positions.
Average number of all employees.
Average GS grade..
Average GS salary.

Average salary of ungraded positions.

35,270

1,560,975

-8

1,548,280
-75,179

1,473, 101

833,308 -728,563

1,577,846

26.0 Supplies and materials.

31.0 Equipment...

41.0 Grants, subsidies, and contributions..

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

Reimbursable obligations-Continued
21.0 Travel and transportation of persons..........
22.0 Transportation of things.----
23.0 Rent, communications, and utilities.
24.0 Printing and reproduction...
25.1 Other services..

1966 estimate
1,551, 600
203, 170
190,570

Personnel Summary

1964 actual

1965 estimate

Obligations

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)—Continued

-67,000
-1,000

58,528

7,650

9,092
3

101,224

-204,855

-13,400

350

212

924

119

190,570

1,352,315

1,372,760

-8

-29,037

8,600

1,352,315

1,448,000

-68,000

1,380,000

728,563 -658,563

1,450,000

432

249

924

94 127,822

8,990

10,701

1966 estimate

-78,000 -1,000

-190,570

29,105 358 27,933 7.2 $7,112

27,510 366 27,444 7.2 $7,431

$5,951 $6,155

203,170

1,472,600

1,472,600

1,472,600

1965 1966 estimate estimate

1,539,000

-79,000

1,460,000

658,563 -723,563 1,395,000

24 178,000 104,000

1,593,378 1,558,000 1,564,000 -45,098-110,000 -25,000 1,548,280 1,448,000 1,539,000

465

294

924

92 56,929 7,574

9,179

27,275 370 26,881 7.2 $7,436 $6,144

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RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION—Continued

Reimbursable:

Financing:

Receipt and reimbursements from: Administrative budget accounts: Military assistance orders...

Other accounts.

43

1. Military sciences..

2. Aircraft and related equipment.

3. Missiles and related equipment

4. Military astronautics and related equipment..

7. Other equipment. --

8. Programwide management and support..

Total direct

RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION, AIR FORCE

1. Military sciences.

2. Aircraft and related equipment.

3. Missiles and related equipment -

4. Military astronautics and related equipment.

7. Other equipment..

8. Programwide management and support.

Total reimbursable..

Total.

Trust fund account. Non-Federal sources..

21 Unobligated balance available, start of year: For completion of prior year budget plans. Available to finance new budget plans. Reprograming from prior year budget plans.... 24 Unobligated balance available, end of year:

For completion of prior year budget plans... Available to finance subsequent year budget plans. New obligational authority...

New obligational authority:

40 Appropriation.

41 Transferred to "Research, development, test, and evaluation, Defense agencies" (31 U.S.C. 581c(a))....

42 Transferred from:

"Emergency fund, Defense" (77 Stat. 263 and 78 Stat. 480)... "Research, development, test, and evaluation, Defense Agencies" (78 Stat. 473).--.

Appropriation (adjusted).

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(Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

advanced manned strategic aircraft]. (5 U.S.C. 55a; 10 U.S.C. 174, 1581, 1584, 2271-79, 2352-54, 2386, 2663, 2672, 8012, 9503-04, 9532; 31 U.S.C. 649c, 718; 40 U.S.C. 523; 42 U.S.C. 1891-93; 50 U.S.C. App. 2093; Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1965; authorizing legislation to be proposed.)

Budget plan

(amounts for research, development, test, and
evaluation actions programed)

1964 actual 1965 estimate 1966 estimate

151,122

751,610

1,019,061

1,195,940

232,990

309,295

3,660,018

19,039

894 54,204

273,372

8,232

22,367

378,108

4,038,126

-376,159
-118

-1,831

-166,300
-35,194

85,860 3,544,384

3,453,376

-5,942

96,950

3,544,384

163,358

825,001

793,300

862,405

262,089

299,707

3,205,860

24,000

1,400

49,900

222,926

13,094

18,680

330,000

3,535,860

-329,392

-608

-85,860

28,900

3,148,900

3,112,000

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

Deduct portion of budget plan to be obligated in subsequent

years-

Add obligations of prior year budget plans...

Total obligations....

169,000

704,800

757,600

995,100

257,600

292,600

3,176,700

24,000

400

52,300

226,600

8,000

18,700

330,000

3,506,700

-329,400

-600

-28,900

3,147,800

1964 actual 4,038, 126 346,845 220, 814 3,912,095

3,147,800

32,800

4,100

3,148,900 3,147,800

1964 actual 1965 estimate

131,737

686,369 1,017,564

1,219,823

1965 estimate 3,535, 860

386,746 390,886 3,540,000

225,099

311,288

3,591,880

24,643

424 38.891

230,308

8.415

17,534

320,215

3,912,095

-321,499

3,006 -1,722

-341,442 -182,800

390,886

85,860 3,544,384

Obligations

3,591,880 1,235,562 -1,105,823 3,721,620

163,640

168,607

826,140

702,937

794,063

756,354

863,859

992.716

262,574

256,825

299,724

292,561

3,210,000 |____ 3,170,000

24,000

1,400

49,900

222.926

1966 estimate 3,506,700

379, 181
372, 481

3,500,000

13,094

18,680

330,000

3,540,000

247 -315,374

-608

-390,886

-85,860

3,453,376 3,112,000

-5,942

96,950

372,481

28,900 3,148,900

1966 estimate

24,000 400 52,300

226,600

8,000

18,700

330,000

3,500,000

-329,400

-600 -372,481

-28,900

379,181

32,800

4,100 3,544,384 3,148,900 3,147,800

3,147,800

3,147,800

3,912,095 3,540,000 3,500,000 -320,215 -315,735 -330,000

3,224,265 3,170,000

1,105,823 980,088 -980,088 -1,010,088 3,350,000

3,140,000

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