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HR 2810 - National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018 - Key Vote

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Doug LaMalfa voted Yea (Passage) on this Legislation.

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Legislation - Bill Passed (Senate) (-) -

Title: National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018

Highlights:
  • Appropriates $17.44 billion to the Army for purchases, including but not limited to (Title I, Sec 101):

    • $4.15 billion for aircraft;

    • $2.52 billion for missiles; and

    • $2.42 billion for weapons and tracked combat vehicles.

  • Appropriates $31.6 billion for the Navy and Marine Corps for purchases, including but not limited to (Title I, Sec. 103):

    • $19.9 billion for shipbuilding and conversion.

    • $15.05 billion for aircraft; and

    • $3.42 billion for weapons, including missiles and torpedoes.

  • Appropriates $42.08 billion to the Air Force for purchases, including but not limited to (Title I, Sec 104):

    • $15.43 billion for aircraft;

    • $3.37 billion for space procurement; and

    • $2.3 billion for missiles.

  • Appropriates a total of $82.72 billion to various agencies in the Department of Defense for research, developments, tests, and evaluation (Title II, Sec. 201).

  • Appropriates an additional $188.7 billion to the Department of Defense for the purpose of the Armed Forces, as well as other operational and maintenance costs, including but not limited to (Title III, Sec. 301):

    • $1 billion department-wide environment restoration costs.

  • Appropriates $33.66 billion to the Department of Defense for the Defense Health Program (Title XIV, Sec. 1406):

  • Appropriates $48.03 billion to the Armed Forces to be used for operation and maintenance costs, including but not limited to (Title XV, Sec. 1508):

    • $16.13 billion for the Army;

    • $10.26 billion for the Air Force;

    • $7.71 billion for defense-wide activities;

    • $5.87 billion for the Navy;

    • $4.94 billion for the Afghanistan security forces fund;

    • $1.77 billion for Counter-Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Train and Equip fund; and

    • $1.17 billion for the Marine Corps.

Legislation - Bill Passed (House) (344-81) - (Key vote)

Title: National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018

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Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill authorizing national defense spending for the fiscal year 2018.

Highlights:
  • Appropriates $17.44 billion to the Army for purchases, including but not limited to (Title I, Sec 101):

    • $4.15 billion for aircraft;

    • $2.52 billion for missiles; and

    • $2.42 billion for weapons and tracked combat vehicles.

  • Appropriates $31.6 billion for the Navy and Marine Corps for purchases, including but not limited to (Title I, Sec. 103):

    • $19.9 billion for shipbuilding and conversion.

    • $15.05 billion for aircraft; and

    • $3.42 billion for weapons, including missiles and torpedoes.

  • Appropriates $42.08 billion to the Air Force for purchases, including but not limited to (Title I, Sec 104):

    • $15.43 billion for aircraft;

    • $3.37 billion for space procurement; and

    • $2.3 billion for missiles.

  • Appropriates a total of $82.72 billion to various agencies in the Department of Defense for research, developments, tests, and evaluation (Title II, Sec. 201).

  • Appropriates an additional $188.7 billion to the Department of Defense for the purpose of the Armed Forces, as well as other operational and maintenance costs, including but not limited to (Title III, Sec. 301):

    • $1 billion department-wide environment restoration costs.

  • Appropriates $33.66 billion to the Department of Defense for the Defense Health Program (Title XIV, Sec. 1406):

  • Appropriates $48.03 billion to the Armed Forces to be used for operation and maintenance costs, including but not limited to (Title XV, Sec. 1508):

    • $16.13 billion for the Army;

    • $10.26 billion for the Air Force;

    • $7.71 billion for defense-wide activities;

    • $5.87 billion for the Navy;

    • $4.94 billion for the Afghanistan security forces fund;

    • $1.77 billion for Counter-Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Train and Equip fund; and

    • $1.17 billion for the Marine Corps.

Legislation - Introduced (House) -

Title: National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018

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