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ccrn rr Approved For Release 2007/06/20: CIA-RDP84B00049R001604100005-0 D Talking Points DCI Meeting with SecDef--19 November 1982 Thi Secretary of Defense wishes to discuss division of funding responsibility for Survivability measures between.-the NFIP and Defense budgets. At-issue, at-least at the staff level, is the measure of control the SecDef can exercise over the program.. ecaeaend agreement be sought over a few ba ic,.principals,tcather- than :over specific is. .i2- _-'_----~- - - -- - G::l ro r g p Talking Paper. SFCR FT ..,..-~...,..~, ... _ ~_,.. ~__. Approved For Release 2007/06/20: CIA-RDP84B00049R001604100005-0 Basically, survivability measures which become integral elements of.a.. collection , processing, or production system, should be funded in the sponsoring program. Defense may augment survivability by transferring TOA to the NFIP with mutual understanding that such funds will not be diverted to other uses. Survivability measures which are not integral to a specific system (e.g., -can be funded in either budget by mutual. agree wt, oh a case-by-case basis. 25X1 25X1 25X1 - Approved For Release 2007/06/20: CIA-RDP84B00049ROO1604100005-0 Next 5 Page(s) In Document Denied Approved For Release 2007/06/20: CIA-RDP84B00049ROO1604100005-0 et will seek to curtail d g Office of management and Bu ^ Engmeenng development-$9 8 bil- lion. funding bid to Fiscal 1984 real growth of 7! /o ^ Manaeemerft ?- and support--$2.4 bil- Washington-The Defense Dept. will, be- will result in an overa gro ^ Advanced-!technology=$l.i billion. , = f-Y ~.:_:' m.0: rarional's s61 .billion,' 11 ' ?wth of `12 25% , Pe Y tiations with the Office of management - wngicas Lvi -P- ~____~?_ ?.. - ?-- " Intelligence/communications, $3.7 and Budget, which will be seeking to cur- "but the cuts in Congress will make the ^ h $282 billion in Fiscal 1984 just too big a billion. tail it to approximately a 7% real growt - r , jump -in- a single year,". the official said ^ Defense wide mission support, in- Tate ce- $3.2 Research and -development funding for eluding space based reconnaissan Armed .service- secretaries .and .Deputy ' Defense Secretary Frank-C; Carlucci have the services is ;expected to remain about billion: , -according to the The Air Force is requesting $22 billion bud the same as requested e v t , w he n er been meeting privately o get. Reagan., Administration officials -:said official.:The total in this area for Fiscal: _ for aircraft procurement,: including spares 'and includes " and modifications. This-includes: 9 billion 4's $28 , . last week the Defense Dept' base of $282: .198 ^ Ann $5.2 billion. ^ Rockwell International B-1B bomb billion would provide about a:. 14% Y- g ar-~5 a billion for 10 aircraft plus $773.3 growth rate above the riscai i,o, uaulc - a-"-, W? of $240 billion expected to emerge- from ^ Air Force-$12.7 billion. = million for research, development, test and evaluation. $3 billion i . es- Congress ^ Defense agenc ^ McDonnell Douglas F-15 fighters- ' ~;e..~ $2.2 billion for 60 aircraft plus another The growth of 14% is considered too high for a single year, the officials ex- plained, and the military services will be asked to reduce their. budgets each by up to 5%. "This would still provide real growth of about 7% in Fiscal 1984 after inflation," one official said. The inflation rate being used for Fiscal 1984 by the Administra- tion is a composite rate of 5.25%. This Technology base research and develop- aivo.7 uuuulva1 Lva aa:na..+=..aa ment programs in Fiscal 1984 are expect- ment related to the;multistaged improve- ed to remain at $3.6 billion in-the budget m.nt program. ram. F-16 fighter-$2.2 request-$2.7 billion for exploratory de- Dynamics velopment programs and $900 million for billion for 120 aircraft plus an additional basic research. $73.9 million for research and develop- The funding being sought in Fiscal ment. This is related mostly to modifica- 1984 by general research and development tions to correct system deficiencies in categories includes: operational service to the electrical and ^ Advanced development-$6.3 billion. flight control systems. It will fund contin- search Facility at Edwards AFB, Calif. The Structural Test Vehicle Makes Free Flight After Rework Drones for Aerodynamic and Structural Test- strated the remotely piloted research vehi- ing (DAST) flight test vehicle made its first- cle's flight control, instrumentation and free flight Nov. 3 after going through a pe- launch and recovery systems, according to riod of reconstruction for about 2.5 years project officials at National Aeronautics and ' s Dryden Flight Re- (below, right). The 15-min. flight test demon-'. Space Administration Drones for Aerodynamic and Structural Test- ing project is a joint program of the Dryden Flight Research Facility and the Langley Re- search Center that is intended to develop technology that will enable aircraft to fly more efficiently with lighter and more flexible Aviation Week & Space Technology, November 15, 1982 Approved For Release 2007/06/20: CIA-RDP84B00049R001604100005-0 Approved For Release 2007/06/20: CIA-RDP84B00049R001604100005-0 ued work on the programmable signal processor and dual . mode transmitter for., the improved APG-66 radar leading, to-: ward the interdiction and improved close air support missions.. An additional $129-3. million is included in the budget request for ? the F-16E all-weather aircraft.;. The Air Force also is seeking $111 mil- lion in Fiscal 1984 for its fighter deriva- tive program for a comparative evaluation between the F-15E and the F-16E to de termine mission analysis cost, nsk and schedule. -Advanced funding; is included under both fighter line items in . the budget- to convert 400 aircraft to the derivative con-: fig}iration, and procurement of additional aircraft would begin in Fiscal 1988... Fighter Program USAF plans to spend $168 million in Fiscal 1985 for research and development, on the fighter derivative program, $133 million in Fiscal 1986 and $61 million in Fiscal 1987. No funds are programed in Fiscal 1988. Procurement funding for the derivative fighter includes $32 million, $69 million, $347.9 million, $940.8 million and $4.5 billion in Fiscal 1984 through Fiscal 1988, respectively. An advanced McDonnell Douglas F-4G Wild Weasel aircraft program is being wings. The modified Air Force/Teledyne Ryan BQM-34F Firebee target drone is designed to perform high-risk aerodynamic and structural tests (AwasT Nov. 1, p. 71). The vehicle has a transport aircraft-type supercritical airfoil, designated the Aerolastic Research Wing-or ARW-1 R. The vehicle crashed in June, 1980, Fiscal 1985 through Fiscal 1988, respec- tively, includes $55.7 million, $80.5 mil- lion, $40.1 million and $12.3 million. ' ^ Joint fighter engine-$30 million to initiate concept validation of critical com- ponents designs, materials, manufacturing processes and other required technologies for the advanced tactical fighter and the Navy's fighter engine needs in the mid- 1990s. Funding in Fiscal 1985 through Fiscal 1987, respectively, is $111.5 mil- lion, $173 million and $127 million. ^ Alternate fighter engine-$137.1 mil- lion to enter full-scale engineering devel- opment with the General Electric F101 derivative fighter engine as a competitor for the Pratt & Whitney F100 with 750 test hours. The funds also will be used for the F100 digital electronic engine control and an improved life core. ^ Advanced strategic missile systems- $70.1 million for design, fabrication, ground and sounding rocket tests for de- velopment of ballistic reentry vehicle de- Approved For Release 2007/06/20: CIA-RDP84B00049ROO1604100005-0 search and development funding' includes $73.2 million, $68.7 million, $87.6 million, $64.5 million and $30.9 .million in Fiscal 1984 through Fiscal 1988, respectively. conducted by USAF to counter new Sovi=; .. ang aircraft procurement, includes $235 et air. defense .:threats ? by. -updating. the million, $637.6 million.with procurement APR-38,1o; cover . more , quickly, a , larger :. of three aircraft, $796.3 million-with- pro=-, portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. curement of three aircraft, $809.: million The improvement program also includes: -.with:,,three . aircraft, ? and $894.2:-million the interface of the APR-38 with the?high, ' with, three aircraft;in Fiscal :1984 through slam antiradiation missile (HARM):and Fiscal .1988, respectively . . ?.? Improvements by the .Air Force to the Other Expenditures Boeing E=4 national emergency airborne , Other Air Force research and develop- command post aircraft .are in two block ment funding being sought in Fiscal 1984 changes , for funding in the Fiscal 1984 includes request and five-year defense plan. ^ Mission adaptive wing for the.Gener- . Both changes add, to-Survivable. com- al . Dynamics F-111-$2.6 million; This is.... mand, control and communications. sys-,- - to develop a smooth skin, variable camber tems. Block 1 funding request is for leading and trailing edge wing-system and million,-and Block 2 for $20.5 million, to.flight-validate the system. Fabrication $21.5 million, $14.4 million in Fiscal 1984 of an automatic flight. control,, system is through Fiscal 1986, respectively. planned in Fiscal 1984, and it will be Related funding is being sought in other flight tested. appropriations that includes $11.6 million, ^ Short takeoff and landing (STOL) $14.7 million, $77.7 million, $38.1 million fighter technology-$7.7 million in Fiscal and $800,000 in Fiscal 1984 through 1984, and $18 million, $9.9 million, $12 1988.. ' . million and $4 million in Fiscal 1985 Funding is being sought by USAF in through 1988, respectively. The money Fiscal 1984 to improve the Boeing E-3A will be used to flight test on a testbed airborne warning and control system, the aircraft a two-dimensional thrust vector/ joint tactical information distribution sys- reversing nozzle with integrated flight/ tem, maritime surveillance capability and propulsion control. software integration, and the NATO-fund- ^ Target recognizer technology for the ed large computer and software to in- night attack Lantirn system-$3.9 million. crease the target track- capability. Re- This is a high-speed video processor to select probable targets in the forward- looking infrared display generated by the on its third flight. Project officials said the Lantirn pod. planned flutter-suppression tests. scheduled I Advanced tactical fighter-$8.3 mil- during the flight earlier this month were de- lion to complete concept development, in- layed until the next flight. The vehicle was cluding selection of point designs for recovered in mid-air by an Air Force helicop- concept validation. Funding at this level is ter. The DAST vehicle is launched by a NASA/ for a competitive concept development for Boeing B-52 aircraft (below, left). . a new fighter for the 1990s. Funding in _ Approved For Release 2007/06/20: CIA-RDP84B00049ROO1604100005-0 nertial Upper Stage Telemetry Data i.os lion, $130.3 million, $?134.8 million and $139.9 -Fiscal 1984'.through Fis- respectively." cal 1988- respectively." ^ Joint advanced vertical lift aircraft (JVX)-$77.8 million, $118.4 million, $119.3 million, $139.3 million and $113.2 million from'-Fiscal 1984- through Fiscal u Sikorsky . SH-60 helicopter,, version for .aircraft carrier antisubmarine warfare and other-missions-$20 million in Fiscal 1984 for modification of.-a `prototype SH- 60B. Funding . for operational evaluation leading toward aircraft delivery in Fiscal 1990 includes $30.1 million, $20 million and $5 million in Fiscal 1985 through Fiscal 19871 = ^ Lockheed P-3C modernization and radar system: improvement-$3.5- million, $13.7 million, $11.3 million; $20.1 million and $28.2- million. Procurement - funding begins in Fiscal 1987 at-$43.9 million for 16 AN/APS-137 systems with. an inverse synthetic aperture radar. Funding in Fis- cal 1988 is $50 million for 16 radars. ^ Single advanced signal processor for the P-3C aircraft-$7.2 million, $15.2 mil- lion, $12.4 million, $7.9 million and $8.2 million in Fiscal 1984 through Fiscal 1988. Procurement funding is scheduled for Fiscal 1984 for two systems at $19.8 million, $40.7 million in Fiscal 1985 for seven, $115.3 million in Fiscal 1986 for 18, $150.1 million in Fiscal 1987 for 24 systems and $153.8 million in Fiscal 1988 for 24 systems. . ^ AV-8B research and development to complete the flight test program and begin operational evaluation-$74 million, $12.5 million and $5.9 million in Fiscal 1984 through Fiscal 1986. Procurement funding includes 36 aircraft in Fiscal 1985 for $1 billion, 40 in Fiscal 1986 for $1.1 billion, 48 in Fiscal 1987 for $1.3 billion, and 48 in Fiscal 1988 for $1.2 billion. . The Navy plans to spend $838.4 million to procure 21 Sikorsky SH-60B Seahawk ASW helicopters, an additional $79.1 mil- lion in operational funding in Fiscal 1984. Research and development funding is $4.5 million. The service plans to maintain a steady procurement rate of 24 aircraft per year from Fiscal 1985 through Fiscal 1988 with, funding of $808.8 million, $750.2 million, $751.7 million and $728.4 million, respectively. The Lockheed Trident 2 submarine- launched ballistic missile research and de- velopment funding that the Navy is re- questing includes $1.4 billion, $2 billion, $2.3 billion, $2 billion and $1.5 billion for Fiscal 1984 through Fiscal 1988, respec- tively. Procurement funding will begin in Fis- cal 1984 at $2.3 million and increase to $164 million in Fiscal 1985, $790 million. in Fiscal 1986, $1.8 billion in Fiscal 1987 for 27 missiles and $2.9 billion in Fiscal 1988 for 72 missiles. ^ Los Angeles=Most of the telemetry data from the maiden flight of the.?Air;Force's, e (IUS) system ?wae.nnt received during the Oct..40 launch of. two, i ti l ......~.-sta ner a g - ..7 1 .r"~ -t'-t Cowl tctt'.: - 'through the mission, but did not,affect the performance of the inertial upper stage since +?.... .. _ `_`_ _. '___~_.._t..-r~sc.-..~t.:,..,,`..~ ,, ,. cr Aln:i" R n; 9dY='SS`" .. $ '~. . isolated-it to circuitry in the telemetry system on the IUS: .prior to'-launch and that the two: spacecraft successfully were placed an orbit at ;very :"x~ateliite~is;la_`years~L`~;:n'~'z'~r`~+i'v~`~.~1 ,., s?~r~~4 ~_~~,`..~...,. ,~; , ;:?" coys, deployment devices and counter- measures. Funding in Fiscal 1985 through Fiscal 1988, respectively, is $139.7 mil- lion, $143.3 million, $96.3 million and $93.9 million. . ^ Advanced radiation technology- $86.9 million to conduct a ground-based laser antisatellite technology demonstra- tion against an instrumented target with a high-power laser. The program is struc- tured to demonstrate good beam quality with a cylindrical chemical laser gain gen- erator integrated with a toric optical reso- nator. Range will be up to 500 km. for aircraft defense, antisatellite and antisub- marine-launched ballistic missile applica- tions. Demonstrations also will be against multiple targets. Funding remains approx- imately the same each year through Fiscal 1988. ^ Milstar satellite system for extremely high frequency communications and ter- minals-$374.5 million. Funding in Fiscal 1985 through Fiscal 1988 includes $506.5 millon, $392.3 million, $307.9 million and $283.2 million,. respectively. - The Navy is seeking $11.3 billion in Fiscal 1984 for aircraft procurement. The funding provides for spares and support and advanced procurement includes: . ^ Grumman F-14 fighter-$1.1 billion ^ McDonnell Douglas/Northrop F/A- 18-$2.6 billion for 84 aircraft. ^ Grumman A-6E attack aircraft-$266 million for six aircraft. ^ Grumman EA-6B Prowlers-$454 million for six aircraft. ^ McDonnell Douglas/Marine Corps AV-8B V/STOL-$760 million for 18 air- craft. Navy research, development, test and evaluation funding being requested over the five-year defense plan includes: ? F-14 target identification software for the AWG-9 programmable signal proces- Aviation Week & Space Technology, November 15, 1982 Approved For Release 2007/06/20: CIA-RDP84B00049ROO1604100005-0 sor-$3.1 million, $8.1 million, $8.1 mil- lion, $7.2 million and $7.5 million from Fiscal 1984 through Fiscal 1983, -espec- tively. ^ F-14 programmable signal proces- sor-$4.2 million in Fiscal 1984, when funding ends. ^ Aircraft engine component improve- ment program-$96.6 million, $118.9 mil- MX Funding Washington-Enough votes exist. in the Senate to delete funding from-the Fiscal 1983 Defense Appropriations Bill for MX missile production but continue research and development and study of basing modes, Sen. Ernest F. Hollings (D.-S. C.) said last week. Hollings will reintroduce an amendment to block production funding in the special session of Congress that begins Nov. 29. The original amendment failed when it was tabled by the Senate Sept. 29 on a 50 to 46 vote. Hollings said at a press conference he has confirmed by phone calls to senators that he now has,the votes for passage. While he does not oppose research and development on the MX missile itself, Hol- lings said the ultimate solution may be a mobile intercontinental missile similar to the Soviet intermediate-range SS-20 mo- bile missile. Another alternative is to accelerate the D-5 Trident 2 missile, he said. Hollings also said he will try to kill the Rockwell B-1 bomber, but he is not as optimistic about those prospects as he is about his MX amendment. He also be- lieves defense spending growth, above in- flation, should be held to 3% rather than the 7.5 % now before Congress, but added that Reagan must lead such an effort if it is to succeed.