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FY 2019 Program Acquisition Costs by Weapon System

Major Weapon Systems
OVERVIEW
The combined capabilities and performance of United States (U.S.) weapon systems
are unmatched throughout the world, ensuring that U.S. military forces have the
advantage over any adversary. The Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 acquisition (Procurement and
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) funding request for the
Department of Defense (DoD) budget totals $236.7 billion, which includes base and
Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) funding; $144.3 billion for Procurement
funded programs and $92.4 billion for RDT&E funded programs. Of the $236.7 billion,
$92.3 billion is for programs that have been designated as Major Defense Acquisition
Programs (MDAPs). This book focuses on all funding for the key acquisition programs.
To simplify the display of the various weapon systems, this book is organized by the
following mission area categories:

Mission Area Categories
• Aircraft & Related Systems
• Command, Control, Communications,
Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) Systems
• Ground Systems
• Missile Defense Programs

• Missiles and Munitions
• Shipbuilding and Maritime
Systems
• Space Based Systems
• Science & Technology
• Mission Support Activities

FY 2019 Modernization – Total: $236.7 Billion
Space Based
Systems
$9.3 (4%)
Shipbuilding
& Maritime
Systems
$33.1 (14%)
S&T
$13.7 (6%)
Mission
Support
Activities
$66.8 (28%)
Numbers may not add due to rounding

($ in Billions)
Aircraft &
Related Systems
$55.2 (23%)

C4I Systems
$10.0 (4%)
Ground
Systems
$15.9 (7%)
Missile
Defense
Programs
$12.0 (5%)
Missiles &
Munitions
$20.7 (9%)

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FY 2019 Program Acquisition Costs by Weapon System
THE DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDING IN FY 2019 FOR PROCUREMENT AND
RDT&E, BY COMPONENT AND BY CATEGORY *
(Dollars in Billions)

Space Based Systems

$70

Shipbuilding
$60

RDT&E S&T
Missiles/Munitions

$50

Missile Defense

$40

Ground Systems
$30

C4I Systems

$20

Aircraft

$10
$0

Army

Navy

Air Force

Def-Wide

$60
$50
$40

Army
Navy

$30

Air Force
$20

Def-Wide

$10
$0

* Does not include Mission Support costs

Numbers may not add due to rounding

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FY 2019 Program Acquisition Costs by Weapon System
FY 2019 FUNDING REQUEST FOR BASE BUDGET & OVERSEAS
CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS (OCO)
(Dollars Represented by Percent)
100%

Space Based Systems

90%

Shipbuilding

80%
70%

RDT&E S&T

60%

Missiles & Munitions

50%
40%

Missile Defense

30%
20%

Ground Systems

10%

C4I Systems

0%

BASE
($221.8 Billion)

Aircraft

OCO
($14.9 Billion)

The FY 2019 President’s Budget for Investment accounts (Research, Development,
Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) and Procurement) totals $236.7 billion, of which
$221.8 billion is requested in the Base budget, and $14.9 billion is requested in the
OCO.
The above graph illustrates the differences in content between the Base and OCO
budget requests as a percent of funding in each of these two categories. Not
surprisingly a larger percent of the OCO request is for ground systems and
munitions. These OCO funds will be used to replenish munitions stocks that were
expended in combat operations or for training in preparation for combat, or to
replace military equipment that, due to combat operations in Iraq or Afghanistan,
were damaged the point where it is no longer economical to repair. Also these funds
procure critical preferred munitions, which are required to increase inventories that
have been depleted due to sustained combat operations.
In the OCO budget the Department is requesting $1.6 billion for the procurement
of aircraft and related equipment that were lost or damaged beyond repair in combat
operations; $4.1 billion to replenish inventories of munitions that were consumed
during combat; and $2.2 billion for vehicles and associated ground forces equipment.
* Totals exclude Mission Support activities

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FY 2019 Program Acquisition Costs by Weapon System
TOTAL REQUESTED PROCUREMENT AND RDT&E FUNDING DURING
FY 2019, FOR MDAP AND NON-MDAP PROGRAMS
(Dollars in Billions)
MDAP
$92.3 (39%)

NON-MDAP
$144.4
(61%)

MDAP
NON-MDAP

The FY 2019 President’s Budget request for modernization in the RDT&E and
Procurement titles is comprised of 2,327 Program, Project, and Activity (PPA) line
items. Within in figure, there are 87 Major Defense Acquisition Programs (MDAPs).
Of these, 73 are under direct oversight by the Military Departments – 18 with the
Army, 34 with the Navy, and 21 with the Air Force. The balance of 14 programs are
currently under the oversight of the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and
Sustainment).
Not all MDAPs (Acquisition Category (ACAT) I) are represented in this booklet
because they fall below reporting criteria.
While non-MDAP individual programs are smaller in dollar value, they are essential to
developing future technologies and procuring a wide assortment of equipment,
munitions, vehicles, and weapons. The MDAPs consume approximately $92.3 billion,
or 39 percent of the FY 2019 modernization funding ($236.7 billion). The FY 2019
modernization request is $14.9 billion higher than the amount requested for
modernization in the FY 2018 President’s Budget.
This book shows the major weapon systems funded in the FY 2019 President’s
Budget, organized by the Mission Support Activities. Each Mission Area Category
chapter heading further breaks out the funding allocation in FY 2019 by subgroups,
and provides a summary programmatic and financial description of the major weapon
systems within each portfolio.
Numbers may not add due to rounding

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FY 2019 Program Acquisition Costs by Weapon System

MISSION AREA CATEGORIES
Consistent with the National Defense Strategy (NDS), the funding for Investment
activities (Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) and Procurement
accounts) have increased since the FY 2018 President’s budget (PB) and subsequent
ballistic missile defense Budget Amendment requests (total of $211.0 billion). The
following charts illustrates the relative funding and the amount changed by Mission Area
Categories between FY 2018 and FY 2019.
(Dollars in Billions)

Note: The FY 2018 amount Includes
the MDDE Budget Amendment

Note: The FY 2018 amount is different from the amount reflected in the FY 2018 PB due to a revision in category allocation.

Numbers may not add due to rounding

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FY 2019 Program Acquisition Costs by Weapon System

Mission Area Categories
Aircraft & Related Systems
$55.2 billion – 23 percent of the Investment budget request
Includes funding for aircraft research and development, aircraft procurement, and
aircraft support equipment. The single largest defense program, the F-35 Joint Strike
Fighter (FY 2019 request, $10.7 billion) resides in this category. Aircraft and Related
Systems also include funding for attack and utility helicopters; Unmanned Aerial
System (UAS); manned reconnaissance platforms and systems; the incremental cost
for the Presidential Aircraft Recapitalization (PAR) aircraft; as well as future platforms,
the Next Generation Air Dominance (6th generation fighter) and the Long Range
Strike – Bomber (B-21). For display purposes, the Aircraft and Related Systems
category includes the following subgroups:








Combat Aircraft
Cargo Aircraft
Support Aircraft
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Aircraft Modifications
Aircraft Support
Technology Development

Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I)
Systems
$10.0 billion – 4 percent of the Investment budget request
Includes funding for various C4I system, to include command centers;
communications gear; air traffic control; night vision equipment; cyber space
operations and requirements; data processing equipment; fire control systems, other
information technology, and other related systems. This category includes funding
for an far-reaching number of programs such as Warfighter Information NetworkTactical (WIN-T), Joint Regional Security Stacks (JRSS), and Integrated Personnel and
Pay System-Army (IPPS-A). For display purposes, the C4I System category includes
the following subgroups:






Automation
Base Communications
Information Security & Assurance
Technology Development
Theater Combat Command, Control, Computers & Services
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FY 2019 Program Acquisition Costs by Weapon System

Ground Systems
$15.9 billion – 7 percent of the Investment budget request
Includes funding for combat vehicles, artillery, infantry support weapons, tactical radar
systems, tactical and non-tactical vehicles of all types, physical security equipment,
logistics and engineer equipment, research and development of various weapons
equipment. This category includes funding for new and upgrades to tactical vehicles,
such as the new Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) for the Army and the
Amphibious Combat Vehicle 1.1 for the Marine Corps. It also includes upgrades to
the Abrams main battle tank to start bringing the force up to the M1A2 System
Enhancement Package (SEP) V3 configuration and the upgrades to the M109A7
155mm Paladin Integrated Management (PIM) self-propelled artillery vehicle. For
display purposes, the Ground Systems category includes the following subgroups:







Combat Vehicles
Heavy Tactical Vehicles
Light Tactical Vehicles
Medium Tactical Vehicles
Support Equipment
Weapons

Missile Defense Programs
$12.0 billion – 5 percent of the Investment budget request
Includes funding for the development and procurement of tactical and strategic
ballistic missile defense weapons and systems. This category, includes increased
funding to continue the Missile Defeat and Defense Engagement (MDDE) initiative,
which was included in the FY 2018 Budget Amendment (Division B, P. L. 115-96)
mitigate the offensive nuclear ballistic missile threat from North Korea. Key
increases since the FY 2018 budget request is the procurement of additional
Standard Missile Block 3 IB missiles; Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD)
interceptors, and the start of construction of 22 additional missile silos at Fort
Greely, Alaska, along with 20 additional Ground Based Interceptors (GBI). Also in this
category, is the funding for the Israeli ballistic missile defense programs. For display
purposes, the Missile Defense Programs category includes the following subgroups:




Ballistic Missile Defense System
Tactical Ballistic Missile Defense
Tactical Missile Defense
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FY 2019 Program Acquisition Costs by Weapon System

Missiles and Munitions
$20.7 billion – 9 percent of the Investment budget request
This category includes funding for both conventional ammunition of all types and
Precision Guided Munitions (PGM). The ammunition portfolio includes bullets,
cartridges, mortars, explosives and artillery projectiles. The PGM portfolio includes airto-air, air-to-ground, ground-to-ground, and ground-to-air weapons. Also included in this
category is the development and procurement funding associated with nuclear weapon
delivery systems, such as the Trident II and Minuteman III missiles, and the non-warhead
section of nuclear weapons (maintenance and sustainment of warheads is funded in the
budget request of the Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration
(NNSA)). For display purposes, the Missiles and Munitions category includes the
following subgroups:




Conventional Ammunition
Strategic Missiles
Tactical Missiles

Shipbuilding and Maritime Systems
$33.1 billion – 14 percent of the Investment budget request
Includes research and development and procurement funding for shipbuilding and
maritime systems. The FY 2019 budget request provides for the service life extension,
incremental funding of previous years’ ships and construction of 10 ships: four surface
combatants, two fast attack Virginia class submarines, incremental funding for the U.S.S
ENTERPRISE (CVN-80), the refueling and overhaul of the U.S.S. STENNIS (CVN-74);
two fleet replenishment oiler; one rescue ship; and one Expeditionary Sea Based ship,
and five Ship to Shore Connectors. Also in this category is the development and
construction of the first U.S.S. COLUMBIA class ballistic-missile submarine (SSBN) and
funding for various requirements such as surface and shallow water mine
countermeasures; surface training equipment; shipboard air traffic control systems, and
diving and salvage equipment. For display purposes, Shipbuilding and Maritime Systems,
is further categorized by the following subgroups:








Surface Combatant
Submarine Combatant
Support Ships
Support
Outfitting & Post Delivery
Basic Research
Technology Development
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