FY 1997-2001 defense budget
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FY 1997-2001 defense budget

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Published by National Defense University, Institute for National Strategic Studies in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • United States. -- Dept. of Defense -- Appropriations and expenditures,
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Appropriations and expenditures

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Edition Notes

Other titlesFiscal Year 1997-2001 defense budget
Statementby Stuart Johnson and James Blaker
SeriesStrategic forum -- no. 80
ContributionsBlaker, James R, National Defense University. Institute for National Strategic Studies
The Physical Object
Pagination4 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18009571M

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National Defense Strategy, the FY budget submission will support the building of a more lethal, resilient, and agile force to deter and defeat aggression by great power competitors and adversaries in all domains and across the conflict spectrum. Ultimately, the budget submission reflects the DON’s effort to protect the. The U.S. Air Force FY budget request is approximately $ billion dollars, a decrease from the FY request due to the transfer of funding to the U.S. Space Force. The FY U.S. Space Force budget is approximately $ billion. The FY Air Force Operation & Maintenance (O&M) budget includes a more than $ million dollar. GAO provided information on Department of Defense (DOD) infrastructure noted that: (1) the proportion of planned infrastructure funding in DOD's budgets was projected to remain at about 60 percent, the same proportion it was at the time of DOD's Bottom-Up Review; (2) costs of infrastructure activities were expected to increase by $9 billion, from $ billion in fiscal. Inside Defense now has the Army, Navy and Air Force budget justification books for fiscal year Subscribers can check them out below. Army: Army's FY RDT&E budget justification books. Army's FY procurement budget justification books.