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Much?
Featuring:
Laicie Heeley
Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation
Discretionary Defense Request for Fiscal Year 2016
(in billions of current dollars)
FY 2016 Funding Request:
FY 2015 Enacted:
FY 2015 Funding Request:
Allocated to:
534.3
496.1
495.6
Department of Defense Base
Budget (051)
50.9
64
63.7
Overseas Contingency
Operations (War Funding)
19.1
17.8
18.0
Defense Related Activities at
DOE (053)
7.5
7.7
7.7
Other Defense Related Funding
(054)
611.9
586
600.7
Total Defense Spending
Request (050)
Fiscal Year 2016 Overseas Contingency Operations
(in billions of current dollars)
Fiscal Year 2016 Discretionary Defense Request by Service
(in billions of current dollars)
FY 2016 Funding
Request:
FY 2015 Enacted:
Allocated to:
Delta FY15-FY16
FY16 %
FY15 %
126.5
119.5
Army
+7.0
23.7%
24.1%
161.0
149.2
Navy
+11.8
30.1%
30.1%
152.9
136.9
Air Force
+16.0
28.6%
27.6%
94.0
90.6
Defense-Wide
+3.4
17.6%
18.3%
534.3
496.1
Total
+38.2
100%
100%
FY16 Request vs. Revised Budget Control Act Caps
(in billions of current dollars)
FY12
FY13
FY14
FY15
FY16
FY17
FY18
FY19
FY20
FY21
Amended
BCA Caps
555
518
520
521
523
536
549
562
576
590
DoD
Share
530
495
496
496
499
512
524
536
550
563
FY16
Base
Request
534
547
556
564
570
n/a
Delta
+35
+35
+32
+28
+20
n/a
FY16 Request vs. Revised Budget Control Act Caps
(in billions of current dollars)
Defense Spending Trends Under Revised BCA Constraints
(in billions of current dollars)
PB12
PB13
PB14
PB15
PB16
FY12
FY13
FY14
FY15
FY16
FY17
FY18
FY19
FY20
FY21
FY22
FY23
FY24
553
571
586
598
611
622
633
644
656
668
525
534
546
556
567
579
592
605
618
634
527
541
551
560
569
577
587
596
606
617
496
535
544
551
559
568
576
586
601
617
534
547
556
564
570
581
593
605
617
FY25
629
National Defense Trends Under Revised BCA Constraints
(in billions of current dollars)
Department of Defense Topline Since 2001
(in billions of current dollars)
Request for FY16 Defense Activities at DOE
(in billions of current dollars)
FY 2016 Funding Request:
FY 2015 Enacted:
FY 2015 Funding Request:
Allocated to:
1.94
1.62
1.56
Nuclear Non-Proliferation
8.85
8.18
8.31
Weapons Activities
0.40
0.37
0.41
Federal Salaries and Expenses
1.38
1.24
1.38
Naval Reactors
0.77
0.75
0.75
Other Defense Activities
5.53
5.45
5.33
Defense Environmental
Cleanup
18.87
17.61
17.74
Total DOE Defense Related
Spending Request FY 2016
Request for FY16 Defense Nuclear Non-Proliferation
(in millions of current dollars)
FY 2016 Funding Request:
FY 2015 Enacted:
FY 2015 Funding Request:
Allocated to:
0
325.8
333.5
426.8
0
0
Global Threat Reduction
Initiative
Global Material Security
0
270.9
305.5
311.6
0
0
0
430.0
311.1
International Material
Protection and Cooperation
Material Management and
Minimization
Fissile Material Disposition
345.0
0
0
Non-Proliferation Construction
0
141.4
141.4
126.7
0
0
419.3
393.4
360.8
234.4
0
0
94.6
102.9
102.9
Non-Proliferation and
International Security
Non-Proliferation and Arms
Control
Non-Proliferation Research
and Development
Nuclear Counterterrorism and
Incident Response Program
Legacy Contractor Pensions
-18.1
-23.0
0
Use of Prior Year Balances
1,940.3
1,641.4
1,555.2
Total Defense Nuclear NonProliferation Request
FY13-FY16 Defense Nuclear Non-Proliferation
(in millions of current dollars)
Projected Costs for Nuclear Forces 2015-2024
(in billions of current dollars)
2015
DOD
2015
DOE
2015
TOTAL
2015-2024
DOD
2015-2024
DOE
2015-2024
TOTAL
SSBNs
5.5
1.0
6.4
75
8
83
ICBMs
1.3
0.2
1.5
24
3
26
Bombers
2.0
0.5
2.5
32
7
40
Tactical &
Other
1.4
0.4
1.7
15
3
19
Nuclear
Command
and Control
5.2
n/a
5.2
52
n/a
52
Labs and
Support
n/a
6.5
6.5
n/a
79
79
Subtotal
15.4
8.5
23.9
198
101
299
Projected
Cost Growth
n/a
n/a
n/a
28
21
49
TOTAL
15.4
8.5
23.9
227
121
348
Projected Costs for Nuclear Forces 2015-2024
(in billions of current dollars)
Selected Weapons Spending
 $11 billion for 57 F-35 Joint Strike Fighters.
 $1.6 billion for 19 V-22 Ospreys.
 $1.9 billion for three Littoral Combat Ships.
 $1.4 billion for the Ohio-class replacement sub.
 $1.25 billion for the new Long Range Strike Bomber.
 $75.2 million (up from $6.9 million) for modernization of the ICBM leg
of the triad.
 $36.6 million for development of a new air launched cruise missile.
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