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COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
SUBCOMMITTEE ON DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

TED STEVENS, Alaska, Chairman
LOWELL P. WEICKER, Connecticut JOHN C. STENNIS, Mississippi
JAKE GARN, Utah

WILLIAM PROXMIRE, Wisconsin JAMES A. MCCLURE, Idaho

DANIEL K. INOUYE, Hawaii
HARRISON “JACK" SCHMITT, ERNEST F. HOLLINGS,
New Mexico

South Carolina
MARK ANDREWS, North Dakota THOMAS F. EAGLETON,
ROBERT W. KASTEN, JR., Wisconsin Missouri
ALFONSE M. D'AMATO, New York LAWTON CHILES, Florida
WARREN RUDMAN, New Hampshire J. BENNETT JOHNSTON, Louisiana
MARK O. HATFIELD, Oregon

WALTER D. HUDDLESTON, (Ex Officio)

Kentucky

STAFF DWIGHT E. DYER, RICHARD B. LADD, SUSAN E. SHEKMAR, WAYNE A. SCHROEDER, and

SEAN O'KEEFE

MINORITY STAFF

FREDERICK W. RHODES

(II)

WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1982

PAY AND BONUS ISSUES

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THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1982

ARMY MODERNIZATION Department of Defense:

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U.S. SENATE,
SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS,

Washington, D.C. The subcommittee met at 10:05 a.m, in room 1224, Everett McKinley Dirksen Senate Office Building, Hon. Ted Stevens (chairman) presiding.

Present: Senators Stevens, Stennis, Andrews, Rudman, and Eagleton; also present: Senator Mattingly.

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE

STATEMENT OF GEN. JAMES R. ALLEN, COMMANDER IN CHIEF, MILITARY

AIRLIFT COMMAND
ACCOMPANIED BY:
LT. GEN. KELLY H. BURKE, DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, RESEARCH, DE-

VELOPMENT AND ACQUISITION
BRIG. GEN. DONALD A. VOGT, MILITARY ASSISTANT FOR DEPUTY
UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR RESEARCH AND ENGINEER-

ING (STRATEGIC AND THEATER NUCLEAR FORCES)
BRIG. GEN. ELLIS D. PARKER, DEPUTY DIRECTOR, REQUIREMENTS/
ARMY AVIATION OFFICER, OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY CHIEF OF OP.
ERATIONS AND PLANS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

AIRLIFT ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM

BUDGET REQUEST Senator STEVENS. Gentlemen, this is the time scheduled for this committee to examine the airlift enhancement program of the Air Force and all that this program entails.

Acting on information developed in a mobility study, the Air Force has now proposed to Congress that 50 new C-5B and 44 new KC-10A aircraft be purchased over the next 5 years at an estimated total cost of $11.5 billion.

In addition, the information we have is the Air Force is not giving up the CX concept and wants funding to continue research and development on the C-17 aircraft.

The Air Force also has indicated that it wants to complete rewinging the existing 77 C-5 aircraft at a total cost of $1.5 billion, along with improvements to other existing aircraft.

For the upcoming fiscal year, the acquisition request for the C-5 is just over $1 billion, including $200 million for rewinging existing aircraft, and $829 million for KC-10's. The total for that part of the acquisition is $1.9 billion for fiscal year 1983.

We also have a request for $97 million for reprograming pending on the C-5 for the fiscal year 1982, along with a supplemental budget request of $219.1 million for the fiscal year 1982 aircraft procurement, most of it for C-5 and KC-10 acquisition.

SUMMARY TABLE ON AIRLIFT ENHANCEMENT PROPOSAL

For the record, I would like to ask the Air Force to supply a summary of the entire airlift enhancement proposal beginning with fiscal year 1982 and extending through the fiscal year 1988. We would like this summary to detail by appropriation account the total costs of modifying, acquiring, and operating the expanded airlift. We would like to have both budget authority and outlay estimates. [The information follows:]

SUMMARY OF ENTIRE AIRLIFT ENHANCEMENT PROPOSAL Attached are budget authority and outlay estimates of the acquisition, peacetime operations and maintenance, and required military construction costs for the 50 C5Bs, 44 KC-10s, and Civil Reserve Air Fleet enhancement in the airlift enhancement proposal. Budget Authority figures are based on the fiscal year 1983 President's Budget and therefore extend only through fiscal year 1987.

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Total Outlays:

C-58 procurement

(3010) MILCON (3300) 0&M (3400) KC-10 procurement

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0&M (3400) CRAF procurement (3010).

Total.

489.0

541.0

7.4
5.4

866.0
20.7
26.0

858.0

13.0
44.1

284.0
18.9
72.9

200.0
13.5
12.4

3,238.0

73.5 160.8

14.8

92.0

158.2

198.1

388.0

851.1

21.6

671.2

1,211.8

2,491.3

3,214.0

2,909.7

3,074.7

13,594.3

1 Reflects multiyear proposal transmitted from OSD to congressional committees on 21 April 1982.

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