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1 Wait…Nukes Cost HOW Much? Featuring: Laicie Heeley Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation

2 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: Department of Defense Base Budget (051) Overseas Contingency Operations (War Funding) Defense Related Activities at DOE (053) Other Defense Related Funding (054) Total Defense Spending Request (050)

3 Fiscal Year 2016 Overseas Contingency Operations (in billions of current dollars)

4 Fiscal Year 2016 Discretionary Defense Request by Service (in billions of current dollars) FY 2016 Funding Request: FY 2015 Enacted:Allocated to:Delta FY15-FY16FY16 %FY15 % Army %24.1% Navy % Air Force %27.6% Defense-Wide %18.3% Total %

5 FY16 Request vs. Revised Budget Control Act Caps (in billions of current dollars) FY12FY13FY14FY15FY16FY17FY18FY19FY20FY21 Amended BCA Caps DoD Share FY16 Base Request n/a Delta n/a

6 FY16 Request vs. Revised Budget Control Act Caps (in billions of current dollars)

7 Defense Spending Trends Under Revised BCA Constraints (in billions of current dollars) FY12FY13FY14FY15FY16FY17FY18FY19FY20FY21FY22FY23FY24FY25 PB PB PB PB PB

8 National Defense Trends Under Revised BCA Constraints (in billions of current dollars)

9 Department of Defense Topline Since 2001 (in billions of current dollars)

10 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: Nuclear Non-Proliferation Weapons Activities Federal Salaries and Expenses Naval Reactors Other Defense Activities Defense Environmental Cleanup Total DOE Defense Related Spending Request FY 2016

11 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: Global Threat Reduction Initiative Global Material Security International Material Protection and Cooperation Material Management and Minimization Fissile Material Disposition Non-Proliferation Construction Non-Proliferation and International Security Non-Proliferation and Arms Control Non-Proliferation Research and Development Nuclear Counterterrorism and Incident Response Program Legacy Contractor Pensions Use of Prior Year Balances 1,940.31,641.41,555.2Total Defense Nuclear Non- Proliferation Request

12 FY13-FY16 Defense Nuclear Non-Proliferation (in millions of current dollars)

13 Projected Costs for Nuclear Forces (in billions of current dollars) 2015 DOD 2015 DOE 2015 TOTAL DOD DOE TOTAL SSBNs ICBMs Bombers Tactical & Other Nuclear Command and Control 5.2n/a5.252n/a52 Labs and Support n/a6.5 n/a79 Subtotal Projected Cost Growth n/a TOTAL

14 Projected Costs for Nuclear Forces (in billions of current dollars)

15 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.

16 What can you do, as a taxpayer, to change this?  Take action with PSR’s action alert supporting the SANE Act  Write a letter to the editor or an op-ed  Lobby your US representative and senators

17 Q&A Session


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