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SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS

ALLEN J. ELLENDER, Louisiana. Chairman JOHN L. MCCLELLAN, Arkansas

MILTON R. YOUNG, North Dakota JOHN STENNIS, Mississippi

MARGARET CHASE SMITH, Maine JOHN O. PASTORE, Rhode Island

GORDON ALLOTT, Colorado WARREN G. MAGNUSON, Washington

ROMAN L. HRUSKA, Nebraska MIKE MANSFIELD, Montana

NORRIS COTTON, New Hampshire ALAN BIBLE, Nevada

CLIFFORD P. CASE, New Jersey

Ex OfficIO MEMBERS FROM THE COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES

STUART SYMINGTON, Missouri

STROM THURMOND, South Carolina HENRY M. JACKSON, Washington WILLIAM W. WOODRUFF, FRANCIS S. Hewitt, T. FARRELL EGGE, AND EDMUND L. HARTUNG,

Staff Assistants on the Department of Defense Appropriations

STATEMENTS OF:

STAFF

This morning we are pleased to have the Honorable Melvin R. Laird, the Secretary of Defense, and Adm. Thomas H. Moorer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, to discuss the Department of Defense budget

I want to say in passing that I regret that we were unable to hear testimony from these gentlemen in the proper order. As a rule, we Joint Chiefs of Staff first, and then the others. But in order to save time and get this appropriation out as soon as possible, the committee decided to hold hearings earlier. $71.6 billion for the programs and activities funded from appropria

For fiscal year 1972 the Department of Defense is requesting
tions included in the regular Department of Defense appropriation
bill that will be considered by this subcommittee.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS

FOR FISCAL YEAR 1972
MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1971

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

Washington, D.C.

The subcommittee met at 9:30 a.m., in room S-126, the Capitol,
SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS

Hon. Allen J. Ellender (chairman) presiding.
ALLEN J. ELLENDER, Louisiana. Chairman

Present : Senators Ellender, Pastore, Mansfield, Young, Allott,

Hruska, Cotton, Case, and Symington.

MILTON R. YOUNG, North Dakota
JOHN L. MCCLELLAN, Arkansas
JOHN STENNIS, Mississippi

MARGARET CHASE SMITH, Maine
JOHN O. PASTORE, Rhode Island
GORDON ALLOTT, Colorado

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
ROMAN L. HRUSKA, Nebraska
WARREN G. MAGNUSON, Washington

NORRIS COTTON, New Hampshire
MIKE MANSFIELD, Montana

CLIFFORD P. CASE, New Jersey ALAN BIBLE, Nevada

HON. MELVIN R. LAIRD, SECRETARY OF DEFENSE

ADM. THOMAS H. MOORER, USN, CHAIRMAN, JOINT CHIEFS OF
Ex OFFICIO MEMBERS FROM THE COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES
STUART SYMINGTON, Missouri

ROBERT C. MOOT, ASSISTANT SECRETARY
HENRY M. JACKSON, Washington

OF DEFENSE

(COMPTROLLER) WILLIAM W. WOODRUFF, FRANCIS 8. HEWITT, T. FARRELL EGGE, AND EDMUND L. HABTUNG, Staff Assistants on the Department of Defense Appropriations

RICHARD G. CAPEN, JR., ASSISTANT TO THE SECRETARY OF

DEFENSE (LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS)
CAPT. ANDREW J. VALENTINE, JAGC-USN, LEGAL AND LEGIS-
LATIVE ASSISTANT TO THE CHAIRMAN, JCS

SUBCOMMITTEE PROCEDURE
Chairman Ellender. The subcommittee will please come to order.

BUDGET REQUEST

(1)

ACCOMPANIED BY:

STROM THURMOND, South Carolina

(II)

for fiscal year 1972.

The Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1971, included appropriations totaling $66.6 billion for these programs and activities, and there are pending supplemental estimates for fiscal year 1971 totaling $2.8 billion for increases in military and civilian pay, for an adjusted fiscal year 1971 total of $69.4 billion. Therefore, the fiscal year 1972 requests to be considered by the subcommittee represent an increase of $2.2 billion over the adjusted total for fiscal year 1971.

I want to call attention to the fact that the fiscal 1972 budget estimates totaling $71.6 billion do not include funds for the civilian and military pay increases that became effective on January 1, 1971. It is my understanding that supplemental requests of approximately $1.6 billion will be submitted for these pay increases.

The $71.6 billion to be considered by the subcommittee that is now before us includes

For the Army, $20.7 billion,
For the Navy and Marine Corps, $22.9 billion,
For the Air Force, $22.5 billion,

For the Department of Defense and defense agencies; $1.5 billion, and

For retired pay, $3.7 billion.

1971 APPROPRIATION AND SUPPLEMENTAL AND 1972 BUDGET REQUEST

I will include in the record at this point a tabulation giving the fiscal year 1971 appropriation, the pending supplemental request, and the budget estimate for fiscal year 1972 for each appropriation in cluded in the bill. I have instructed the staff to update this tabulation as the bill moves along toward enactment.

(The table follows:)

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(The table follows:) as the bill moves along toward enactment. cluded in the bill. I have instructed the staff to update this tabulation the budget estimate for fiscal year 1972 for each appropriation in fiscal year 1971 appropriation, the pending supplemental request

, and I will include in the record at this point a tabulation giving the 1971 APPROPRIATION AND SUPPLEMENTAL AND 1972 BUDGET REQUEST

billion, and

For retired pay, $3.7 billion. before us includes

For the Department of Defense and defense agencies ; $1.9
For the Air Force, $22.5 billion,
For the Navy and Marine Corps, $22.9 billion,

For the Army, $20.7 billion,
The $71.6 billion to be considered by the subcommittee that is not
billion will be submitted for these pay increases.
my understanding that supplemental requests of approximately $1.8
military pay increases that became effective on January 1, 1971. It is
mates totaling $71.6 billion do not include funds for the civilian and
I want to call attention to the fact that the fiscal 1972 budget esti

: increase of $2.2 billion over the adjusted total for fiscal year 1971. year 1972 requests to be considered by the subcommittee represent an adjusted fiscal year 1971 total of $69.4 billion. Therefore

, the fiscal totaling $2.8 billion for increases in military and civilian pay, for an and there are pending supplemental estimates for fiscal year 1971 propriations totaling $66.6 billion for these programs and activities

The Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1971, included ap

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$660, 000, 000 $8,502, 450, 000 $7,097, 530, 000

25, 850, 000 360, 600, 000 364, 900, 000
39, 484, 000 426, 584, 000 457, 200,000
252, 319, 000 6,521, 006, 000 6, 734, 100, 000
23, 865, 000 311, 265, 000 358, 100, 000
2,000
102, 000

102, 000
2, 908, 500,000 3, 719, 400,000
7,689, 000 1,607, 889, 000 1,932, 100, 000
1,009, 209,000 20, 638, 396, 000 20,663, 432,000

$385, 607,000

21, 239, 000
29, 244, 000
112, 320, 000
7, 861, 000

4,000
17,856, 000
574, 131, 000

$7,483, 137, 000

386, 139, 000

486, 444, 000
6, 864, 619,000
365, 961,000

106, 000
3, 719, 400,000

1,951, 456.000
21, 257, 262,000

1,500,000
19, 699,000

Total, Army.

19,629, 187,000

246, 211, 000
73, 610, 000
10, 611, 000
3, 148, 000
78, 914,000
4,791, 000

2, 826, 000

Navy:

Military personnel.
Military personnel - Marine Corps.
Reserve personnel.
Reserve personnel- Marine Corps.
Operation and maintenance.
Operation and maintenance—Marine Corps.
Procurement of aircraft and missiles.
Shipbuilding and conversion.
Other procurement.
Procurement-Marine Corps..
Research, development, test, and evaluation

Total, Navy.

4,368, 600,000 1,426, 700,000 142, 100, 000

52, 050, 000
4,729, 410,000

402, 743, 000
3, 017, 900,000
2, 465, 400, 000
1, 487, 300,000

175, 900,000
12, 140, 900, 000
20, 409, 003, 000

342, 947, 000 4,711, 547, 000 4, 347, 900,000
41, 908, 000 1, 468, 608, 000 1, 270, 200, 000
13, 883, 000 155, 983, 000 172, 400,000

4,350,000 56, 400,000 54, 300, 000
206, 208, 000 4,935, 618, 000 4,977,000,000
2, 525,000 405, 268, 000 360, 200, 000

3,017, 900, 000 4,069, 100, 000
2, 465, 400, 000 3,328, 900, 000
1, 487, 300,000 1,794, 698, 000

175, 900, 000 128, 700, 000
10,512, 000 2, 151, 412, 000 2, 407, 100, 000
622, 333, 000 21, 031, 336, 00022, 910, 498, 000

4,594, 111, 000
1, 343, 810, 000
183, 011, 000

57, 448,000
5, 058, 740, 000

364, 991, 000

4,069, 100, 000
- $1,000,000 3, 327, 900,000

1, 795, 103, 000

128, 700,000

2, 431, 419,000
- 1,000,000 23, 354, 333, 000

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Air Force:

Military personnel.
Reserve personnel.
National Guard personnel.
Operation and maintenance.
Operation and maintenance-Air National Guard.
Aircraft procurement.
Missile procurement.
Other procurement
Research, development, test, and evaluation.

Total, Air Force

5,988, 350,000

85,200,000

107,500,000
6, 157, 136, 000

343, 600,000
3, 219, 300,000
1,377, 200,000
1,338, 700,000
2, 744, 100, 000

345, 413,000

5,356, 000

7, 900,000 86, 888, 000 5, 828,000

515, 785,000 6,504, 135,000 6, 176,000,000

7, 750,000 92, 950,000 96, 400,000
11, 100, 000 118, 600,000 126, 800,000
185, 438,000 6,342, 574, 000 6,211,000,000
14, 437,000 358, 037, 000 389, 300,000

3, 219, 300,000 2,897, 500,000
1, 377, 200,000 1,944, 400,000

1,338, 700,000 1,620, 816,000
6, 222,000 2,750, 322,000 3,001, 900,000

219,000,000
- 107,000,000

6,521, 413,000

101, 756,000

134, 700,000
6, 309, 001,000

395, 128, 000
3, 116, 500,000
1,837, 400,000
1, 620, 998.000

3,017, 044,000 23,053, 940,000

182,000

15, 144,000

21,361, 086, 000

740, 732,000 22, 101, 818,000 22, 46, 116,000 466, 529, 000

11, 295,000

112,000,000

See footnotes at end of table.

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