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					       Member              FY                        Project                      Amount                                            Description                                                       Recipient
                                                                                                The project would fund a baseline study on the existing cultural, environmental and
                                                                                                economic conditions prior to military build-up on Guam. The study will better assist the
                                                                                                Department of Defense and other federal departments and agencies in understanding the
                                                                                                true impact of the military build-up on Guam. The study will catalogue Guam's current
                                                                                                cultural, environmental and economic resources so that new baseline models can be
                                                                                                established to better determine future trends that will impact these areas. The dramatic
                                                                                                changes that will accompany military build-up on Guam have already begun to affect
                                                                                                Guam in many ways and in order to truly understand the many impacts of a rapid build-up
                                                                                                and influx of military and non-military personnel it is vitally important that a baseline be
                                                                                                established for comparison. Given the concerns about the methodology of the
                                                                                                Department of Defense in Draft Environmental Impact Statement the study could provide
                                                                                                better data that would lead to a better analysis of the impacts of the military buildup on
                                                                                                Guam as well as any future impacts of the sustained military presence on Guam. The
                                 Socioeconomic and Environmental Sustainability                 information from the baseline study would assist the Department of Defense in future
                                 Baseline Study for Guam Military Build-up at                   analyses of the military build-up, to include future environmental assessments and
Bordallo (D-GU-Delegate)    2011 University of Guam                                $350,000     supplementary studies. These future analyses would be able to better determine certain University of Guam
                                                                                                impacts of theis basedbuild-up on Guam. Public Law 93-552, the Military Construction
                                                                                                The provision military off authorities from
                                                                                                Authorization Act for 1974 and Public Law 95-480, the Departments of Labor and Health,
                                                                                                Education and Welfare Appropriations Act of 1979. The authorities contained in these
                                                                                                laws provided the Department of Defense with specific and special authority to fund
                                                                                                civilian infrastructure projects in Bangor, Washington with the growth of the Trident
                                                                                                submarine facilities in the remote area. The provision would require the Secretary of
                                                                                                Defense to exhaust funding sources from other federal departments and agencies before
                                                                                                budgeting Department of Defense funding for civilian infrastructure outside the gate. The
                                                                                                provision also authorizes the Department of Defense to transfer amounts of unobligated
                                                                                                balances to other federal departments or agencies that can accept such funding and
                                                                                                obligate on civilian infrastructure projects that support and sustain military realignments.
                                                                                                The project will help to support, sustain and facilitate the military build-up on Guam.
                                                                                                Furthermore, the funding will be used to support civilian infrastructure improvements at
                                                                                                the Port of Guam, water and wastewater treatment plants, power utilities and other
                                 Special Appropriation for Guam Military Growth                 affected infrastructure items. Support for the civilian infrastructure is critical to ensuring
Bordallo (D-GU-Delegate)    2011 Community                                        $10,000,000   the military build-up is successful and leads to long-term sustainability and quality of life Governor of Guam
                                                                                                for servicemembers on Guam.
                                                                                                Funding would be used for educating and inspiring students and the general public to
                                                                                                become active in our communities, the military, and in public service. The Center will
                                                                                                serve as a highly accessible and preeminent archive and repository of Representative
                                                                                                Murtha's public papers, while providing a venue for public debate, discussion and
                                                                                                academic inquiry into key local, regional and national issues.
Critz (D-PA-12th)           2011 The John P. Murtha Center for Public Service     $10,000,000                                                                                                  The John P. Murtha Foundation

                                                                                                The funding would be used for a comprehensive program that is directly improving the
                                                                                                delivery of health care services provided to servicemembers and their families in rural
Critz (D-PA-12th)                                                                               communities who are diagnosed with PTSD or traumatic stress symptoms.
                            2011 Combat Stress Intervention Program               $1,500,000                                                                                               Washington & Jefferson College
                                 National Center for Robotics Engineering and                   The funding would be used for a comprehensive, integrated robotics curriculum
Critz (D-PA-12th)           2011 Engineering Technology                           $1,600,000    standardized to align with the defense community's needs.                                  California University of Pennsylvania
       Member         FY                         Project                          Amount                                           Description                                                          Recipient
                                                                                               The funding would be used for the development and continued research of emerging non-
Critz (D-PA-12th)      2011 Non-Lethal Defense Technologies                       $1,000,000   lethal technologies for use by the U.S. military.                                     The Pennsylvania State University
                                                                                               The funding would be used for the development of a rapid screening and detection
Critz (D-PA-12th)      2011 Rapid Forensic Evaluation of Microbes in Biodefense   $1,600,000   system of multiple Bio-Threat agents for the Department of Defense.                   Indiana University of Pennsylvania


                                                                                               The requested funding will be used to create an organization that will assist in the
                                                                                               expansion of the number of private sector companies, universities, and government
                                                                                               entities participating in the nation's growing high-tech Small Satellite Space Industry. The
                                                                                               expanded industry, academic, and workforce base will directly benefit the Department of
                                                                                               Defense space organizations at Kirtland Air Force Base; the Air Force Research Lab
                                                                                               Space Vehicles and Directed Energy Directorates, the Operationally Responsive Space
                                                                                               Office, and the Space Development and Test Wing; by providing ready access to
                                                                                               innovative vendors and well-qualified scientists, engineers, and technicians. This will
                                                                                               expedite the development and launch of the new small, lower cost, responsive space
                                                                                               systems required to support Department of Defense's numerous and rapidly changing
                            Technology Research and Innovation Outreach for                    war fighter missions around the world. The requested project will create or sustain 9 jobs.
Heinrich (D-NM-1st)    2011 Space                                                 $3,000,000                                                                                                  Technology Ventures Corporation


                                                                                               The requested funding would be used to create the Partnership for Emerging Energy
                                                                                               Technologies (PEET), which is a strategic initiative of the University of New Mexico that
                                                                                               builds on Center for Emerging Energy Technologies and includes cooperation across the
                                                                                               State and nationally, continuing the cooperation with the University of Tennessee. The
                                                                                               objective of the PEET is to stimulate research, development and education activities
                                                                                               linked to the design, fabrication, characterization, simulation and integration of emerging
                                                                                               energy technologies and systems. The requested project will create or sustain 17 jobs.
Heinrich (D-NM-1st)    2011 Partnerships for Emerging Energy Technologies         $2,000,000                                                                                                  University of New Mexico

                                                                                               The requested funding would be used to increase research and development
                                                                                               partnerships between public universities and the Department of Defense. This partnership
                                                                                               provides faculty, undergraduates, and graduate students with exceptional opportunities to
                                                                                               contribute to critical research and development goals that will shape future missions.
                                                                                               These technical goals foster numerous opportunities for research initiatives in
                                                                                               biotechnology, materials science, situational awareness, infectious diseases, radiation
                                                                                               detection, medical sciences and social network theory. Current and future partnerships
                                                                                               research projects in biomedical sciences, energetic systems, information-decision
                                                                                               support models, standoff detection technologies, and network survivability would enhance
                                                                                               Defense Threat Reduction Agency's mission objectives. The requested project will create
                                                                                               or sustain 50 jobs.
Heinrich (D-NM-1st)    2011 University Strategic Partnership                      $5,000,000                                                                                                  University of New Mexico
       Member               FY                       Project                       Amount                                           Description                                                         Recipient

                                                                                                Funds are requested to support the enhancement of the nanoscience and biotechnology
                                                                                                research effort at Clark Atlanta University (CAU) in mission critical areas for the
                                                                                                Department of Defense and several other agencies; specifically, in the development of
                                                                                                sensors (chemical and biological pathogen detection), advanced materials, and bio-
                                                                                                nanotechnology solutions (drug delivery and therapeutics). Highly specialized laboratory
                                                                                                equipment will be purchased and some minor laboratory upgrades will be performed in
                                                                                                addition to developing and training the future science and technology (students)
                                  Nanoscience and Biotechnology Laboratories and
                                                                                                workforce for DoD.
Johnson, Henry (D-GA-4th)    2011 Research Program                                 $2,000,000                                                                                                Clark Atlanta University
                                                                                                Intelligence indications show a myriad of maritime threats to our Nation's most vital
                                                                                                interests. Maritime threats ranging from unmanned maritime systems to suicide
                                                                                                divers/swimmers could be used in an asymmetric manner against maritime assets,
                                                                                                defense critical maritime infrastructure (e.g., ports, pipelines, undersea cables), or
                                                                                                otherwise be employed to disrupt maritime operations. As a result of these
                                                                                                unconventional threats, Maritime ISR (MISR) has emerged as a critical form of naval
                                                                                                warfare confronting the United States, and technology advances are needed to counter
                                                                                                potential threats before they escalate and impede our Nation's maritime operations.

                                                                                                The ability to interoperate between maritime systems and land-based systems is
                                                                                                becoming an ever more important aspect of MISR. In addition to conducting operations
                                                                                                on land and sea, MISR has incorporated elements of air operations to rapidly deliver
                                                                                                assets and/or forces. The capacity to operate seamlessly across naval warfare's three
                                                                                                diverse mediums of sea-land-air is essential. This ability to operate across mediums will
                                                                                                allow for a more dynamic and responsive force that is able to counter unconventional
                                                                                                threats.

                                                                                                A Maritime Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance Technology Center (MISRTC) is
                                                                                                needed to investigate, develop, demonstrate, and rapidly deploy/counter advances in
                                                                                                MISR. This includes investigating evolving maritime threat capabilities, demonstrating low-
Johnson, Henry (D-GA-4th)    2011 Maritime ISR Technology Center (MISRTC)          $6,000,000   tech and high-tech modifications to defeat potential defensive measures, demonstrating Georgia Institute of Technology
                                                                                                effective response to threat indications and warnings, exploring countermeasure options,
                                                                                                The Center for Vaccine Scale-up and Process Research of Georgia State University
                                                                                                requests funding to develop technologies to rapidly develop vaccines/biologics of interest
                                                                                                to the military.

                                                                                                Two areas have been identified as critical bottlenecks in accelerating the development
                                                                                                process and for supplying sufficient quantities of effective recombinant vaccines in a
                                                                                                timely manner: (1)Transition from the laboratory to manufacturing and (2)Rapid
                                                                                                assessment and validation of the impact of changes during scale-up and implementation
                                                                                                to the manufacturing processes. FY2011 funding would be used to develop a cGMP pilot
                                                                                                vaccine facility, available to multiple discovery groups that will be used to develop Turn
                                                                                                Key approaches to vaccine development through workforce training and research.
Johnson, Henry (D-GA-4th)    2011 Center for Vaccine Scale-Up/Process Research     $1,700,000                                                                                                Georgia State University
       Member               FY                      Project                         Amount                                            Description                                                          Recipient

                                                                                                 This joint project (USDA-ARS Dawson and University of Georgia) will evaluate and
                                                                                                 develop methods for the use of highly effective Subsurface Drip Irrigation (SSDI) systems
                                                                                                 in row crops. The goal is to develop management criteria for row crop producers to
                                                                                                 maximize the impact of subsurface drip irrigation on their operations while increasing
                                                                                                 water use efficiency and water conservation. By utilizing efficient SSDI row crops,
                                                                                                 growers' economic returns will improve which will greatly benefit U.S. rural economies.

                                                                                                 In-field SSDI research projects will be initiated in major row crop areas of Georgia. These
                                                                                                 projects will span a minimum of 3 years and will demonstrate SSDI installation, ease of
                                                                                                 use, water savings, crop yield response, and economics. Plant growth, health, and
                                                                                                 maturation as well as soil moisture characteristics in various drip irrigation systems will be
                                                                                                 monitored and treatments imposed to identify best management practices for weed,
                                                                                                 insect, and disease challenges with SSDI drip irrigation.

                                                                                                 Use of drip irrigation in row crops is not limited to Georgia. Knowledge gained in the
                                                                                                 project will be very applicable to other agricultural regions in the U.S. Water conservation
                                                                                                 while producing sustainable yields is of interest nationally.
Johnson, Henry (D-GA-4th)    2011 Water Use Reduction, Dawson, GA                   $480,000                                                                                                      USDA/ARS National Peanut Research Lab, Dawson, GA

                                                                                                 This research scholars program is designed to advance core federal missions and
                                                                                                 Defense Department goals to increase the participation of minority students in emerging
                                                                                                 scientific and technology fields. The program identifies top tier high school students and
                                                                                                 places them in a rigorous program in the Division of Science and Mathematics that
                                                                                                 includes one-on-one mentoring, a summer educational and research program, and
                                                                                                 challenging internships at top research institutions, with the goal of placing them in
                                                                                                 doctoral programs on a track to work in the national laboratories.
Johnson, Henry (D-GA-4th)    2011 John H. Hopps Defense Research Scholars Program   $3,000,000                                                                                                    Morehouse College

                                                                                                 Adaptive cyber defense will enable member organizations of computer infrastructure to
                                                                                                 automatically detect emerging threats, repair damage, and share solutions while
                                                                                                 preserving proprietary data. Human direction is retained without requiring human control.
                                                                                                 The method is more efficient at finding threats than current systems and quickly ramps up
                                                                                                 and down to defend against threats. The method is transformational in that it is truly an
                                                                                                 adaptive cyber defense technology that can protect large infrastructures and coalitions.
                                                                                                 The learning swarm functions like a colony organism much like ants in the real world. The
                                                                                                 decentralized approach moves analysis to the data sources. The decentralized approach
                                                                                                 facilitates collaborative defense without compromising proprietary information on
                                                                                                 organization member computers.
                                                                                                 With increasing frequency assets in the USA are undergoing cyber attack. The origin of
                                                                                                 the attacks is most often outside the US where there is little or no opportunity to shut
                                                                                                 down the operation. Use of this approach to attach US resources is of interest to rough
                                                                                                 nations and terrorist groups with limited resources. Shutting down the power grid or an
Kissell (D-NC-8th)           2011 Ant-Based Cyber Defense                           $1,080,000   airport even for one day costs many times the cost of the proposed project.               Wake Forest University Reynolda Campus
       Member        FY                         Project                          Amount                                           Description                                                          Recipient
                                                                                              Cellular communications enables the tactical user to immediately share critical imagery,
                                                                                              intelligence or information developed during tactical operations among individuals and
                                                                                              small units, and to immediately transmit that information from ground teams to the
                                                                                              appropriate higher operational commands. Our soldiers must have robust
                                                                                              communications.
                                                                                              The US Army Special Operations Command and Joint Special Operations Command at
                                                                                              Ft. Bragg are the most technologically skilled units in the military. Technologies must be
                                                                                              developed rapidly to meet their immediate needs. The Partnership for Defense
                                                                                              Innovation's Wi-Fi Laboratory Testing and Assessment Center creates collaborations
                                                                                              between the military, entrepreneurs and innovators that drive security and defense
                                                                                              technology development.
                                                                                              Special Operations Forces of the future will need to be increasingly deployed in support
                                                                                              of worldwide operations and are required to maintain communications with higher
                                                                                              headquarters and other teams operating within the same area. Current tactical radio
                                                                                              systems used by Special Operations are often large, complex and do not provide enough
                           Partnership for Defense Innovation Wi-Fi Laboratory                bandwidth to process large amounts of data, imagery and video. The Special Operations
Kissell (D-NC-8th)    2011 Testing and Assessment Center                         $4,600,000   soldier needs small rugged handheld devices which facilitate immediate instant                 Partnership for Defense Innovation
                                                                                              messaging/text messaging, explosives of data, voice communications, and imagery on
                                                                                              Detection of trace and bulk exchange remains a top priority and a technically challenging
                                                                                              problem. This program investigates the detection and chemical analysis of explosive
                                                                                              material signatures. The use of conventional high explosives and homemade explosives
                                                                                              for the construction of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) remains a significant threat to
                                                                                              our troops. Initial efforts are directed toward fielding a capability by using deployed assets
                                                                                              that are currently used for the detection of chemical and biological warfare agents. These
                                                                                              analytical methodologies and technologies can be exploited for the detection of trace and
                                                                                              bulk explosive.
                                                                                              The funding of this program will enable development through a consortium with Research
                                                                                              Triangle Institute (RTI), University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) and General
                                                                                              Dynamics Armament and Technical Products (a leading provider of chem-bio products
                                                                                              such as JBPDS [Joint Biological Point Detection System] and JSLSCAD [Joint Services
                                                                                              Lightweight Stand-off Chemical Agent Detection]).
                                                                                              The Advanced Detection of Hazardous Material (ADHM) will:
                                                                                              -Allow rapid fielding of initial capabilities and leverage off of RTI's efforts working on
                                                                                              advanced sensor technologies and micro fabrication of these devices.
                                                                                              -Take advantage of UNCC's advanced optics center and GDATP's investment in core
                                                                                              detection methods and production of key Chem-bio programs.
                                                                                              -Enable the Government to leverage this consortium to upgrade currently deployed
                                                                                              assets.
                                                                                              -Support dual use of technology as a more cost effect way of developing capabilities and
Kissell (D-NC-8th)    2011 Advanced Detection of Hazardous Material (ADHM)       $6,000,000   many of the technologies proposed have use in military and civilian markets.                   University of North Carolina – Charlotte
                                                                                              -Provide upgraded capabilities that benefit the warfighter in their mission against
       Member        FY                         Project                          Amount                                          Description                                                         Recipient

                                                                                              Family Assistance Centers (FAC) provide essential support and services to families of
                                                                                              the North Carolina National Guard (NCNG) and of all the other Armed Services. NCNG
                                                                                              families are not geographically centered near active military installations which provide
                                                                                              services to their members. NCNG families are spread throughout the state and in most
                                                                                              cases cannot get to installations on a routine basis or without some hardship. Maintaining
                                                                                              the four federally funded FACs across the state allows the NCNG to provide consistent
                                                                                              and continuous vital support and services to the families of the NCNG and the Armed
                                                                                              Services. Continued funding of this program will significantly reduce the impact on
                                                                                              families, directly contributing to sustaining a strong NCNG. Support of families has a
                                                                                              direct strategic impact upon the National Guard as families play a major role in a service
                                                                                              member's decision on whether to remain in the National Guard. Trained, experienced
                                                                                              service members, who remain in the military, save recruiting and training costs and
                           ARNG Soldier/Family Support: NCNG Family                           enhance unit readiness.
Kissell (D-NC-8th)    2011 Assistance Centers                                    $1,600,000                                                                                                North Carolina National Guard

                                                                                              Self-Aware Manufacturing (SAM) will eliminate costly and unpredictable trial-and-error
                                                                                              process development using setup parts, and the continual manual adjustment of machine
                                                                                              tools. SAM will eliminate the scrap that results from unmeasured errors, and will make
                                                                                              existing machine tools as well as new equipment more productive and more accurate by
                                                                                              an order of magnitude. Higher-precision machines and processes will enable new
                                                                                              manufacturing practices; will improve part quality, will improve assembly processes, and
                                                                                              will improve the capability and productivity of existing manufacturing facilities, thereby
                                                                                              enabling the Army to improve productivity and precision across the entire US
                                                                                              manufacturing supply base. This 4-year effort will include the deployment of new
                                                                                              processes to industry, enhancing productivity and efficiency and enabling the workforce
                           (ARDEC) Improved Productivity for the DoD Supplier                 to do more with less.
Kissell (D-NC-8th)    2011 Base using Self-Aware Manufacturing Technology        $3,100,000                                                                                                ARDEC, University of North Carolina Charlotte


                                                                                              The North Carolina National Guard would like to provide an interactive, disc-based
                                                                                              historical record of each Command, unit, and personal history to every servicemember to
                                                                                              honor and recognize their service. Each interactive disc is packaged inside either a
                                                                                              hardbound journal or photobook, containing up to 2,000 digital pages with photos and
                                                                                              videos, text and music, documents and weblinks.
                                                                                              Military Units would organize and integrate collected content from personal records, and
                                                                                              the Historian's and Public Affairs offices (photos, videos, documents, text, honors,
                                                                                              newsletters, rosters, bios, etc.) into an interactive "record of service" to be given each
                                                                                              Servicemember in recognition of their Service on an annual basis. This may act as a
                                                                                              communication tool to help them share their experience with family and friends as a
                                                                                              means to strengthen understanding and support for the US Military. A "master" copy from
                                                                                              each Unit would be submitted to each Branch historical and public affairs department for
                                                                                              their archives, as well as to the National Archives, Center for Military History and the
                           Unit Specific Historical records for Servicemembers                Library of Congress.
Kissell (D-NC-8th)    2011 in the Military                                       $5,000,000                                                                                                North Carolina National Guard
       Member        FY                          Project                              Amount                                           Description                                                       Recipient

                                                                                                   The number of social workers and mental health service providers familiar with the
                                                                                                   military culture and the use of prevention and intervention methods during times of war
                                                                                                   have significantly decreased. The increased deployments of the military in support of
                                                                                                   combat operations overseas have taken a toll on these individuals. This shortage
                                                                                                   increases the probability of the military's social workers becoming strained from the
                                                                                                   increased caseloads of military families and injured soldiers suffering from the
                                                                                                   psychological effects of war and extreme environments. Civilian social workers serve the
                                                                                                   military population on a myriad of psychological issues but few have specialized training
                                                                                                   required to properly treat military-related issues. This program will create a network to
                           Fayetteville State University Center for Military Family                facilitate this training.
Kissell (D-NC-8th)    2011 and Community Outreach                                     $975,000                                                                                                 Fayetteville State University
                                                                                                   The research focus will be the development of human performance strategies and novel
                                                                                                   nutritional supplements that will allow warfighters to optimize training gains with reduced
                                                                                                   risk of injury, illness, muscle soreness, and the overtraining syndrome. The initial focus
                                                                                                   will be with the special operation forces at USASOC (Fort Bragg) and MARSOC (Camp
                                                                                                   Lejeune), with whom relationships have already been established.
                                                                                                   In order to meet these goals, funding is needed to purchase equipment to carry out the
                                                                                                   research. The equipment will upgrade the lab facility to test all facets of Human
                                                                                                   Performance at its highest level. This includes the DXA machine for body composition
                                                                                                   and bone density measurements, Isokinetic and isotonic resistance training equipment,
                                                                                                   treadmills and metabolic equipment for cardio respiratory testing. We will work with the
                                                                                                   military staff and operators to train them on advanced testing techniques that are not
                                                                                                   possible using their existing equipment.
                                                                                                   Primary Goals of the NCRC Center of Excellence in Human Performance:
                                                                                                   Our uniqueness has been and will continue to be a research emphasis on the influences
                                                                                                   of nutrition and exercise (varying workloads, from moderate to severe) on immune
                           Appalachian State University (ASU)/North Carolina                       function, illness, inflammation, and oxidative stress. We will continue to investigate
                           Research Campus (NCRC) Human Performance                                unique nutritional countermeasures to exercise-induced immune dysfunction and illness.
Kissell (D-NC-8th)    2011 Laboratory (HPL)                                           $953,000     The primary goal will be to develop an advanced nutritional supplement that will support Appalachian State University
                                                                                                   peak soldier performance and help warfighters train at a high level with reduced illness,
                                                                                                   There is a need to improve our ability to detect gamma rays associated with dangerous
                                                                                                   material by utilizing light weight, handheld devices which can be deployed in large
                                                                                                   numbers to provide a thorough search of large areas as quickly as possible. Methodist
                                                                                                   University Department of Chemistry will explore the growth and properties of doped
                                                                                                   oxides and film morphology to develop low cost growth techniques for mixed oxide films
                                                                                                   and related advanced materials. In turn, this will provide the basis for the subsequent
                                                                                                   development of low cost, hand-held, sensitive gamma ray detectors, suitable for defense
                                                                                                   and homeland security operations.
Kissell (D-NC-8th)    2011 Chip-Based Gamma Ray Detection Technology                  $5,000,000                                                                                               Methodist University
       Member        FY                        Project                         Amount                                            Description                                                          Recipient

                                                                                            This is a valuable use of taxpayer funds because the runway improvements will preserve
                                                                                            the heavy-use capacity at the Laurinburg-Maxton Airport. Additionally, the improvements
                                                                                            will allow the United States military continued use of this important facility for operations
                                                                                            out of Fort Bragg and the installation's various training mission. It will also permit the
                                                                                            airport to serve as an engine for economic development in a portion of North Carolina in
                                                                                            desperate need of private-sector investment and jobs.
Kissell (D-NC-8th)    2011 Laurinburg-Maxton Airport Runway Improvements       $1,030,000                                                                                                   Laurinburg-Maxton Airport

                                                                                            This program is a collaborative effort between the National Organization of Disability and
                                                                                            the Army Wounded Warrior (AW2) program. It accelerates the return to self-sufficiency
                                                                                            for severely wounded veterans through proactive career counseling and employment
                                                                                            services for certain transitioning veterans who need specialized support. Because many
                           Wounded Warriors and the National Organization on
                                                                                            of these veterans have families (70% are married and 65% have children
Kissell (D-NC-8th)    2011 Disability                                          $355,000                                                                                                 National Organization on Disability
                                                                                            This project will develop Transcutaneous Osseointegrated Prosthetics for soldiers with
                                                                                            combat injuries. Soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with combat injuries
                                                                                            resulting in amputation of the limbs are destined to use external prosthetic devices. Lower
                                                                                            limb prosthetics are known to cause problems and discomfort preventing veterans from
                                                                                            living active, fulfilling lives. Transcutaneous Osseointegrated Prosthetics could solve
                                                                                            many of these problems offering these young men and women more normal, rewarding
                                                                                            lives. This proposal seeks to develop the technology necessary to develop this new
                                                                                            generation of prostheses, test its effectiveness through animal and human surgeries, and
                                                                                            dramatically improve the lives of our combat veterans. NC State University possesses the
                                                                                            first Electron Beam Melting (EBM) machine to make 3D structures from powder titanium
                                                                                            and is the only university in the country to house two machines. This EBM machine and
                                                                                            the NC State University experience with it form the basis for the work done over the past
                                                                                            five years to develop implantable limb prosthetics. External prosthetics have been used
                                                                                            for decades to return amputees to ambulation; however the problems and issues are
                           Bone Integrated Prosthetics for Combat-Injured                   many. Lower extremity prosthetics cause the most problems in the form of skin irritations,
Kissell (D-NC-8th)    2011 Soldiers                                            $2,000,000   skin ablations, soft tissue reshaping, and bone resorption. This can be painful and limits North Carolina State University
                                                                                            mobility. Normally the loads are transferred through the bones keeping the bone healthy
       Member         FY                           Project                      Amount                                           Description                                                          Recipient

                                                                                             This project will provide a direct benefit to the Nation's youth. North Carolina averages
                                                                                             21,000 high school dropouts annually. As part of the national Youth ChalleNGe Program,
                                                                                             North Carolina's Tarheel Challenge Academy (TCA) helps at-risk youths develop the life-
                                                                                             skills necessary to become productive citizens. TCA, with one campus in Salemburg, NC,
                                                                                             provides services to selected North Carolina high-school dropouts between the ages of
                                                                                             16 and 18, graduating approximately 250 cadets each year. About 70% earn their
                                                                                             General Education Development diploma while attending TCA. To help address the
                                                                                             state's high school dropout problem, the NCNG wishes to increase the annual number of
                                                                                             Tarheel ChalleNGe graduates by opening a second site in the central part of the state, at
                                                                                             Badin, NC.
                                                                                             This request will provide directed design funds to develop a second site in Badin. At full
                                                                                             capacity, Badin will graduate 500 cadets annually. This second site will provide a more
                                                                                             western NC location to ensure at-risk youth throughout the state have the opportunity to
                                                                                             become productive, employed, law abiding citizens of North Carolina.
Kissell (D-NC-8th)     2011 North Carolina Tarheel ChalleNGe Academy            $1,000,000                                                                                                 North Carolina National Guard
                                                                                             Through the Center for Critical Language and Culture at FSU, military personnel and
                                                                                             stakeholders will be able to receive language and cultural instruction in areas identified as
                                                                                             "priority" by the Department of Defense. CCLC will enable deployed military personnel to
                                                                                             better communicate and establish relationships with populations of strategic importance.
                            Fayetteville State University Center for Critical                Such soft-power techniques will promote trust and help avert preventable conflicts -
Kissell (D-NC-8th)     2011 Language and Culture (CCLC)                         $2,000,000   saving lives and money.                                                                       Fayetteville State University

                                                                                             As smuggling efforts become more sophisticated, the Navy and U.S. authorities need
                                                                                             new solutions to inspect ships that could be carrying illicit cargo or even explosive
                                                                                             devices. Harbor Shield is a "portal" style device that uses under hull sonar imaging and
                                                                                             electro-optical sensors to rapidly inspect a ship and determine if anything is being
                                                                                             smuggled into a port on the hull. The project has matured with the Naval Undersea
                            Battelle Harbor Shield - Homeland Defense Port
                                                                                             Warfare Center and will complete its testing in Narragansett Bay.
Langevin (D-Rl-2nd)    2011 Security Initiative                                 $5,500,000                                                                                                 Battelle Rhode Island

                                                                                             Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) have become the most popular method of attack
                                                                                             against U.S. Soldiers and Marines in Iraq and Afghanistan. Using URI's Homeland
                                                                                             Security Center of Excellence in Explosives Detection, Mitigation, Response and
                                                                                             Characterization, funding will support this two-year project to develop forensic signatures
                                                                                             of explosive materials and remote sensing technology. This work will help develop
                                                                                             explosive detection sensors for use by the Army in spotting IEDs and stopping attacks
                                                                                             against service men and women serving overseas.
Langevin (D-Rl-2nd)    2011 Sensors for Terrorist IED Network Defense           $4,500,000                                                                                                 University of Rhode Island
       Member         FY                        Project                      Amount                                             Description                                                           Recipient

                                                                                            The Army National Guard provides almost half of the Army's utility and MEDEVAC
                                                                                            aviation force and the Army's modernization plan is not keeping pace with the increased
                                                                                            mission requirements and at current rates, will not retire the UH-60A Black Hawk until
                                                                                            2025 at which time it will be more than 35 years old. At the same time, operational
                                                                                            tempos are the highest they have ever been supporting local state missions including
                                                                                            search and rescue, disaster relief, and fire fighting, all while sustaining deployments to
                                                                                            Iraq and Afghanistan. This is wearing out the National Guard H60 Black Hawk Helicopter
                                                                                            fleet much faster than planned. Funding will go to increasing Blackhawk upgrades and
                                                                                            help fill critical shortages.
Langevin (D-Rl-2nd)    2011 Army National Guard UH-60 Modernization          $205,000,000                                                                                                  US Army Utility Helicopter Project Office

                                                                                            The Undersea Perimeter Security Integrated Defense Environment will add critical
                                                                                            enhancement to the Navy's current Virtual Perimeter Monitoring System that enables real-
                                                                                            time protection and monitoring for 10 Navy installations through the use of various sensor
                                                                                            technologies and intelligent video. The UPSIDE Extension provides a command and
                                                                                            control system infrastructure that pulls these sensors together into a full land and
                                                                                            waterside protection system. This will help the Navy protect against underwater threats
                            Undersea Perimeter Security Integrated Defense
                                                                                            targeting naval ships in ports and harbors.
Langevin (D-Rl-2nd)    2011 Environment                                       $5,000,000                                                                                                   Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation

                                                                                            This collaborative effort between the National Organization on Disability and the Army's
                                                                                            Wounded Warrior program is focused on returning severely wounded veterans to self-
                                                                                            sufficiency through career counseling and employment services. Because many of these
                                                                                            veterans have families and over 75% have disability ratings exceeding 50 percent, they
                                                                                            face significant obstacles planning and pursuing civilian careers. This demonstration is
                                                                                            already achieving impressive results in helping veterans move forward with careers at
                                                                                            three existing sites. Funding would go towards expanding the program to other high need
                                                                                            regions, including the Rhode Island area. The expansion would also include focused
                                                                                            mental health referral support.
Langevin (D-Rl-2nd)    2011 Wounded Warriors Careers Demonstration            $4,800,000                                                                                                   National Organization on Disability

                                                                                            This program will use community-based partnerships to provide injured U.S. military
                                                                                            personnel, their families and physically disabled children with the opportunity to engage in
                                                                                            Paralympic sport activities as part of their rehabilitation at DOD medical centers and their
                                                                                            home communities. Participation in sports activities will help them return to a healthy and
                                                                                            active lifestyle. Today, more than 10,000 injured service members from the Iraq and
                                                                                            Afghanistan conflicts have benefited from sports program opportunities through the
                                                                                            Military Paralympic Program.
Langevin (D-Rl-2nd)    2011 Paralympic Military Program                      $10,000,000                                                                                                   United States Olympic Committee
       Member         FY                         Project                    Amount                                            Description                                                           Recipient

                                                                                         Unexploded ordnances are a major hazard in post conflict zones. Weapons that have not
                                                                                         detonated can threaten civilians trying to rebuild their communities or be used by
                                                                                         criminals and insurgents as bomb-making material. The University of Rhode Island is
                                                                                         working to develop a mechanism that can be integrated into the munitions at the time of
                                                                                         manufacture that will degrade and intert explosive materials that fail to detonate. These
                                                                                         explosive chemicals would no longer be able to be reused as improvised explosive
                                                                                         devices (IEDs) and would also reduce their negative environmental impact.
Langevin (D-Rl-2nd)    2011 Self-inerting Munitions                         $3,000,000                                                                                                    University of Rhode Island


                                                                                         Unexploded, underwater weapons are known to exist in over 400 sites, impacting over 10
                                                                                         million acres of ocean floor, around the United States. These weapons continue to pose
                                                                                         an unknown threat to human and environmental safety. The Submerged Munitions
                                                                                         Research Program at the University of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography
                                                                                         will provide the research authorized by Congress to determine the effects of unexploded
                                                                                         weapons on marine ecosystems along the Atlantic coast, where a high number of known
                                                                                         disposal sites are located. This work is the first of its kind, and will provide an assessment
                                                                                         of conditions to allow for quantifying risks and developing safe and environmentally
                                                                                         responsible methods for cleaning up submerged military munitions.
Langevin (D-Rl-2nd)    2011 Submerged Munitions Program                     $9,420,000                                                                                                    University of Rhode Island

                                                                                         $1.5 million to establish a pilot program to help unemployed and underemployed national
                                                                                         guardsmen find work. The Washington National Guard Bureau will work with union
                                                                                         apprenticeship programs, trade associations, educational institutions, and government
                                                                                         agencies to help guardsmen acquire the skills they need to obtain a living-wage job.
Larsen (D-WA-2nd)      2011 National Guard Employment Enhancement Project   $1,500,000                                                                                                    Washington Military Department

                                                                                         $2 million to support continuing operations at the Western Regional Counterdrug Training
                                                                                         Center in Washington state. This Center helps train federal, state, local, and tribal law
                                                                                         enforcement officials in drug interdiction so they can continue to keep our communities
                                                                                         safe from methamphetamine and other dangerous drugs.
Larsen (D-WA-2nd)      2011 Western Regional Counter-Drug Training Center   $2,000,000                                                                                                    Washington Military Department
       Member         FY                         Project                          Amount                                            Description                                                            Recipient

                                                                                               Funding is requested to develop efficient low cost chip-based gamma ray detector
                                                                                               technology which can dramatically advance the state of the art in handheld, sensitive
                                                                                               gamma ray detectors for military base, battlefield and homeland security operations.
                                                                                               Theproliferation of nuclear weapons technology is a growing threat, particularly with
                                                                                               regard to covert entry into US territories and military facilities throughout the world. There
                                                                                               is a need to improve our ability to detect gamma rays associated with dangerous material
                                                                                               by utilizing light weight, handheld devices which can be deployed in large numbers to
                                                                                               provide a thorough search of large areas as quickly as possible. This will require a
                                                                                               dramatic reduction in the cost of high quality solid state gamma ray detection sensor
                                                                                               materials such as chip-based sensors. Methodist University Department of Chemistry will
                                                                                               explore the growth and properties of doped oxides and film morphology to develop low
                                                                                               cost growth techniques for mixed oxide films and related advanced materials. In turn, this
                                                                                               will provide the basis for the subsequent development of low cost, handheld, sensitive
                            Methodist College Chip-based Gamma Ray                             gamma ray detectors, suitable for defense and homeland security operations.
McIntyre (D-NC-7th)    2011 Detection Technology                                  $5,000,000                                                                                                    Methodist College

                                                                                               Funds will be used to expand the Wounded Warrior Careers Demonstration to serve at
                                                                                               least 1200 of the most seriously disabled Veterans. Each site costs approximately
                                                                                               $400,000 per year. This effort would establish nine new sites in addition to continuing the
                                                                                               three existing sites. (Each site would operate for five years; new sites would be phased in
                                                                                               over a one-year period.) Operations would be independently evaluated with best practices
                                                                                               identified for emulation by the military, other public agencies, and by civilian organizations
                                                                                               that provide services.
McIntyre (D-NC-7th)    2011 Wounded Warrior Careers Demonstration                 $4,800,000                                                                                                    National Organization on Disability

                                                                                               Funds will be used to support research, development, testing and validation of cellular
                                                                                               technologies for battlefield communications. This funding allows the PDI Wi-Fi Laboratory
                                                                                               Testing and Assessment Center to focus on one of the major tactical communications
                                                                                               priorities. Cellular communications enables the tactical user to immediately share critical
                                                                                               imagery, intelligence or information developed during tactical operations among
                                                                                               individuals and small units, and to immediately transmit that information from ground
                            Partnership for Defense Innovation Wi-Fi Laboratory
                                                                                               teams to the appropriate higher operational commands
McIntyre (D-NC-7th)    2011 Testing and Assessment Center                         $4,600,000                                                                                                    Partnership for Defense Innovation


                                                                                               Given the immediate need for new computing tools in our national arsenal, the Center for
                                                                                               Experiential Technologies for Urban Warfare and Disaster Response will lead to more
                                                                                               effective responses to terrorism and disasters. Funding will be used for the purchase and
                                                                                               installation of state-of-the-art computing resources and display systems and for hiring
                                                                                               new researchers and engineers to develop the proposed technologies. The funds also will
                                                                                               support training new students and future work forces, who will initially be involved with the
                                                                                               technology development and later serve as catalysts for technology transition to the local
                                                                                               incubators. The resulting breakthroughs will ensure cutting-edge training tools for the
                                                                                               nation's warfighters and first-responders, and strengthen economic opportunities for the
                            Center for Experiential Technologies for Urban                     defense, simulation and military-training game industries in NC.
McIntyre (D-NC-7th)    2011 Warfare and Disaster Response                         $3,700,000                                                                                                    UNC Chapel Hill
       Member         FY                        Project                          Amount                                           Description                                                           Recipient

                                                                                              Since 9/11, the North Carolina National Guard has experienced an unprecedented
                                                                                              operational pace, mobilizing over 95% of the force. Mobilizations have a significant effect
                                                                                              on families and children who are impacted not only during the deployment, but prior to
                                                                                              and especially after the service member returns. Family Assistance Centers provide
                                                                                              essential support and services to families of the NCNG and of all the other Armed
                                                                                              Services. NCNG families are not geographically centered near active military installations
                                                                                              which provide services to their members. NCNG families are spread throughout the state
                                                                                              and in most cases cannot get to installations on a routine basis or without some hardship.
                                                                                              Establishing FACs across the state allows the NCNG to provide consistent and
                                                                                              continuous vital support and services to the families of the NCNG and the Armed
                                                                                              Services. Continued funding this program will significantly reduce the impact on families,
                                                                                              directly contributing to sustaining a strong NCNG.
McIntyre (D-NC-7th)    2011 NCNG Family Assistance Centers                       $1,600,000                                                                                                  North Carolina National Guard

                                                                                              The combination of classroom training coupled with an adjacent airport facility will provide
                                                                                              governmental efficiencies and cost savings to military and domestic units. Once
                                                                                              construction is completed, the city-owned building will be available for lease to federal
                                                                                              agency contractors to provide Top Secret joint and interagency training for military,
                            Fayetteville Regional Airport Secure Compartmented
                                                                                              intelligence and homeland security personnel.
McIntyre (D-NC-7th)    2011 Information Facility                                 $2,200,000                                                                                                  Fayetteville Regional Airport


                                                                                              The Laurinburg-Maxton Airport, now jointly owned by the City of Laurinburg and the Town
                                                                                              of Maxton, was constructed in 1942 to serve as glider-training base for the United States
                                                                                              Army. The airport's original runways are in need of serious repair, and the Laurinburg-
                                                                                              Maxton Airport Commission is moving forward with plans to improve its main runway
                                                                                              (Runway 5-23) in coordination with the Federal Aviation Administration and North
                                                                                              Carolina Department of Transportation Division of Aviation. Because those agencies can
                                                                                              only build to lighter weight civilian requirements, the runway's existing military heavy-use
                                                                                              capacity is imperiled. With elements of Fort Bragg regularly using the airport for training
                                                                                              and to refuel large transport aircraft and helicopters, the Commission is seeking federal
                                                                                              Defense appropriations to help improve the runway to ensure the runway's heavy-use
                                                                                              capacity remains available for Fort Bragg operations and its command's training mission.
McIntyre (D-NC-7th)    2011 Laurinburg-Maxton Airport Runway Improvement         $1,030,000                                                                                                  Lauringburg-Maxton Airport

                                                                                              Funds will be used to continue providing a platform to identify and analyze the existing
                                                                                              healthcare delivery options for soldiers and new opportunities for using technology to
                                                                                              improve services. This program continues to leverage resources, reduce costs, improve
                                                                                              communication and increase access to quality care for family members and service
                                                                                              members in the community. Ultimately, the program allows the Defense Department to
                                                                                              most efficiently provide services to the military and maintain readiness levels needed to
                            Fort Drum Regional Health Organization, Watertown,
                                                                                              ensure national security.
Owens (D-NY-23rd)      2011 NY                                                   $430,000                                                                                                    Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization
      Member        FY                        Project                        Amount                                            Description                                                           Recipient

                                                                                          Funds will be used to develop an advanced hybrid projectile able to serve both as a
                                                                                          munition and an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). This transformation technology for the
                                                                                          next generation munitions will provide the U.S. Army with a system that could save
                                                                                          soldiers' lives and provide the U.S. Army with a significant tool to dominate the battlefield.
                                                                                          Once fully developed, this hybrid projectile will reduce collateral damage by US forces,
                                                                                          deploy far less expensive UAVs, and enable our nation to more quickly win its battles.
                                                                                          That will in turn save lives and valuable assets paid for by taxpayer funding.
Owens (D-NY-23rd)    2011 Munition Advanced Projectile Hybrid System         $3,000,000                                                                                                    Clarkson University


                                                                                          Funds will be used to develop an advanced pandemic influenza vaccine program for the
                                                                                          U.S. Navy. The development of vaccines is an urgent military and public health priority as
                                                                                          current vaccines against influenza have serious limitations in terms of their production,
                                                                                          administration and effectiveness. The proposed project will advance the development of
                                                                                          new techniques for enhancing vaccine effectiveness to promote Force Readiness and
                                                                                          general health of the members of the Armed Services and their dependents. More
                                                                                          powerful vaccines are far more cost effective than influenza treatments, particularly for
                                                                                          deployed service members. This project will enhance national security and protect
                                                                                          taxpayer investments into the health and well being of service members.
Owens (D-NY-23rd)    2011 U.S. Navy Pandemic Influenza Vaccine Program       $4,000,000                                                                                                    Trudeau Institute

                                                                                          Funds will be used to develop an integrated Electronic Warfare (EW) system that
                                                                                          combines jamming, collection, and exploitation capabilities currently performed by
                                                                                          separate systems in a single power-efficient and cost-effective package for use on Army
                                                                                          tactical vehicles. This project will result in lower power consumption by Army vehicles,
                                                                                          more efficient delivery of EW capabilities, and ultimately save the lives of US
                          Advanced Ground Electronic Warfare System
                                                                                          servicemembers serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Owens (D-NY-23rd)    2011 (AGES)                                             $3,000,000                                                                                                    SRC

                                                                                          Funds will be used to study Advanced Photovoltaic and Solar Thermal Research. Lower
                                                                                          cost, more efficient photovoltaic systems are needed to power not only the growing array
                                                                                          of electronics for the individual soldier such as communication, GPS, and night vision
                                                                                          gear but for larger unit power needs including weapons and logistics systems. Investing in
                                                                                          solar power research will help the U.S. reduce our dependence on other dwindling energy
                                                                                          supplies, and give our warfighters a far more cost-effective energy source than they have
                                                                                          now. This will reduce the taxpayer burden for Defense energy supplies and strengthen
                                                                                          our national security for the long-term.
Owens (D-NY-23rd)    2011 Advanced Photovoltaic and Solar Thermal Research   $4,250,000                                                                                                    Clarkson University
      Member               FY                         Project                     Amount                                             Description                                                          Recipient

                                                                                                The federal funding will be used to construct a new community center for all military
                                                                                                service members, civilian employees and their families at Fort Meade. The facility will
                                                                                                include offices, classrooms, a computer lab, kitchen and conference room. It will house
                                                                                                essential quality-of-life programs to assist soldiers and their families with, for example,
                                                                                                mobilization and deployment, relocation, financial needs and emergency relief. The
                                                                                                current facility is housed in a small building on the outskirts of the base where the Army
                                                                                                does not have the ability to provide confidential counseling services. Their struggle will
                                                                                                only worsen as the base population grows as a result of the Base Realignment and
                                 Joint Services Community and Family Readiness
                                                                                                Closure (BRAC) decision.
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Center                                           $11,800,000                                                                                                   Fort George G. Meade

                                                                                                The federal funding will enable Shock Trauma to construct a new facility with five training
                                                                                                rooms to simulate challenging trauma cases likely to be encountered in both military and
                                                                                                civilian settings, such as a mass casualty scenario or evacuation. The facility will serve as
                                                                                                a training resource for military and civilians, including Air Force medical personnel who
                                                                                                rotate through Shock Trauma before being deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. It will also
                                                                                                be used to create online medical training programs.
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Shock Trauma National Training Center            $3,000,000                                                                                                    Maryland Shock Trauma Center

                                                                                                The federal funding will enable Shock Trauma to outfit five training rooms with technology
                                                                                                that simulates challenging trauma cases likely to be encountered in both military and
                                                                                                civilian settings, such as a mass casualty scenario or evacuation. The facility will serve as
                                                                                                a training resource for military and civilians, including Air Force medical personnel who
                                                                                                rotate through Shock Trauma before being deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. It will also
                                 Shock Trauma Center/National Traumatic Injury
                                                                                                be used to create online medical training programs.
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Simulation Training Center                       $3,000,000                                                                                                    University of Maryland Medical Center
                                                                                                The federal funding will increase the capacity of the intersection of Rockenbach Road and
                                                                                                Cooper Avenue to accommodate a significant influx of traffic due to the Base
                                                                                                Realignment and Closure (BRAC) decision that will bring more than 15,000 new
                                                                                                employees to Fort Meade. The project includes a new crosswalk and pavement markings
                                 Fort Meade Access Control Point and Facility -                 as well as "phased-in" turn lanes for motorists' protection. The project will create jobs in
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Rockenbach Road                                  $10,200,000   the transportation sector.                                                                   Fort George G. Meade

                                                                                                The federal funding will pay for a new aircraft maintenance complex to complete the
                                                                                                base's mission. The base's current aircraft maintenance facilities are crowded, antiquated
                                                                                                and poorly configured. Maintenance shops are too small or nonexistent. The Base
                                                                                                Realignment and Closure (BRAC) decision has assigned the base to store and maintain
                                                                                                four weapons aircraft (C-27s), which will exacerbate the crowded conditions. If the project
                                                                                                is not funded, non-maintenance functions may have to be done outdoors during
                                                                                                inclement weather, posing a safety risk.
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 C-27 Beddown Aircraft Maintenance Complex        $12,400,000                                                                                                   Maryland Army National Guard
      Member               FY                          Project                    Amount                                             Description                                                           Recipient

                                                                                                The federal funding will pay for a new firing range that will provide the soldiers in the
                                                                                                Army's Asymmetric Warfare Group with a realistic and challenging training facility they
                                                                                                can use securely in all weather. No training facility of this type currently exists at Fort
                                                                                                Meade. The range will also help soldiers test night vision goggles prior to deployment.
                                                                                                The Asymmetric Warfare Group conducts operations and develops strategies to combat
                                                                                                unconventional warfare such as improvised explosive devices, "dirty bombs," suicide
                                                                                                bombers, biological weapons and infrastructure attacks.
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Indoor Firing Range                              $7,600,000                                                                                                     Fort George G. Meade

                                                                                                The federal funding will pay for a new, more energy-efficient and secure supercomputer
                                                                                                facility that is large enough to handle technology upgrades. Analysis has shown that the
                                                                                                center, which plays a critical role in developing state-of-the-art weapons technology to
                                                                                                best equip our warfighters, will pay for itself in five years by avoiding additional "band aid
                                                                                                fixes" and expansions of the existing, aging buildings. Without a modern facility, Maryland
                                                                                                will lose many high-paying jobs.
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 High Performance Supercomputing Center           $28,000,000                                                                                                    Army Research Laboratory, Aberdeen Proving Ground

                                                                                                The federal funding will pay for continued research at the University of Maryland,
                                                                                                Baltimore, that could reduce radiation injuries among soldiers and civilians. The center is
                                                                                                studying organisms that have tolerances for radiation levels that humans cannot
                                                                                                withstand. A better understanding of how these organisms tolerate radiation will help
                                                                                                develop methods to protect against biothreats such as nuclear attacks or "dirty bombs." It
                                                                                                could also lead to better treatment for humans exposed to radiation, radiation-resistant
                                                                                                crops and livestock and improved radiation-based treatments for cancer and other
                                 UMB - Security Solutions from Life in Extreme
                                                                                                diseases.
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Environments Center                              $2,000,000                                                                                                     University of Maryland, Baltimore
                                                                                                The federal funding will pay for critical infrastructure improvements at the intersection of
                                                                                                Mapes and O'Brien Roads Avenue to accommodate a significant influx of traffic due to
                                                                                                the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) decision that will bring more than 15,000 new
                                                                                                employees to Fort Meade. The intersection needs to be moved further inbound and
                                 Fort Meade Access Control Point - Mapes Road &                 widened to minimize lines to the base checkpoint. The project will create jobs in the
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 O'Brien Road                                     $2,100,000    transportation sector.                                                                       Fort George G. Meade

                                                                                                The federal funding will pay for critical infrastructure improvements at the intersection of
                                                                                                Mapes Road and Cooper Avenue to accommodate a significant influx of traffic due to the
                                                                                                Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) decision that will bring more than 15,000 new
                                                                                                employees to Fort Meade. Improvements include an extension of Cooper Avenue, a new
                                                                                                deceleration lane and re-coordination of traffic signals. The project will create jobs in the
                                 Fort Meade Access Control Point - Mapes Road &
                                                                                                transportation sector.
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Cooper Avenue                                    $1,700,000                                                                                                     Fort George G. Meade

                                                                                                The federal funding will pay for new operational space for flight planning, scheduling, life
                                                                                                support, equipment, briefing areas and training, which do not currently exist. The Base
                                                                                                Realignment and Closure (BRAC) decision has assigned the base to store and maintain
                                                                                                four weapons aircraft (C-27s), which will exacerbate the crowded conditions.
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 C-27 Beddown Squadron Operations Facility        $7,900,000                                                                                                     Maryland Army National Guard
      Member               FY                         Project                          Amount                                             Description                                                          Recipient
                                                                                                     The federal funding will pay for state-of-the-art imaging equipment, called a magnet, that
                                                                                                     will provide detailed images in less time, improving Kennedy Krieger's program for
                                                                                                     patients with spinal cord injuries. Older technology used for brain injuries was not
                                                                                                     applicable to the spinal cord because of its small size. The magnet will greatly advance
                                 Advanced Restoration Therapies in Spinal Cord                       our understanding of diseases, disorders and injuries to the brain and spinal cord and
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Injuries                                              $3,000,000    improve therapy.                                                                                Kennedy Krieger Institute

                                                                                                     The federal funding will pay for technology within 10 new, large operating suites that can
                                                                                                     accommodate multiple surgical teams and new technology. Upon completion, Shock
                                                                                                     Trauma and the University of Maryland Medical Center will have 31 modern operating
                                                                                                     rooms just 20 minutes from the capital via Medevac - an important component to the
                                                                                                     nation's homeland security strategy. In addition to improved patient care, this project will
                                                                                                     advance a civilian-military training program at Shock Trauma with state-of-the-art tele-
                                 Shock Trauma Center and Critical Care Medicine
                                                                                                     medicine technology.
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Expansion/Operating Suites                            $4,000,000                                                                                                    University of Maryland Medical Center

                                                                                                     The federal funding will pay for the construction of a new complex to house the Army's
                                                                                                     Asymmetric Warfare Group, which conducts operations and develops strategies to
                                                                                                     combat unconventional warfare. Asymmetric, or unconventional, warfare against the
                                                                                                     United States includes improvised explosive devices, "dirty bombs," suicide bombers,
                                                                                                     biological weapons and infrastructure attacks. The Army's Asymmetric Warfare Group
                                                                                                     currently works out of temporary facilities that are too old and too small to accomplish the
                                                                                                     Asymmetric Warfare Group mission.
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Asymmetric Warfare Complex                            $38,000,000                                                                                                   Fort George G. Meade
                                                                                                     The federal funding will pay for the continued development of a new center that will serve
                                                                                                     as a clearinghouse for cyber security research and technology development. The center
                                                                                                     will address workforce issues by boosting the local cyber "farm team" and attract cyber
                                                                                                     security professionals from across the country. It will also support more cyber-related
                                 UM Center for Advanced Cyber Security Research                      companies in Maryland, helping to cement Maryland's growing reputation as the nation's
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 and Technology Development                            $3,100,000    cyber capital.                                                                             University of Maryland
                                                                                                     The federal funding will pay for the first phase of a study that would test military
                                                                                                     physicians' skills in simulated combat situations both pre- and post-deployment in an
                                                                                                     effort to improve their battlefield medical skills. Eventually, the hospital hopes to develop
                                 Harbor Hospital Military Medical Simulation and                     a mobile simulation and training center that could be deployed, allowing combat medics
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Training Initiative                                   $2,500,000    to hone their skills in the battlefield.                                                        Harbor Hospital
                                                                                                     The federal funding will pay for the testing of new technology that can detect both
                                                                                                     airborne chemical and biological weapons before exposure levels become dangerous.
                                                                                                     The system will eventually replace currently used detection technology that is out-of-date
                                 Integrated Chemical and Biological Detection System                 and expensive to maintain. The existing system can only monitor for a small fraction of
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Technology Demonstration                              $3,000,000    threats.                                                                                   Battelle Memorial Institute
       Member              FY                         Project                     Amount                                            Description                                                          Recipient

                                                                                                The federal funding will provide an upgrade to the Mapes Road gate that will include
                                                                                                vehicular gates, an access road, fencing, a proper guard shelter, lighting and a security
                                                                                                alarm system. Mapes Road is a primary entrance to Fort Meade from Maryland Route 32,
                                                                                                and traffic is growing exponentially due to the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC)
                                                                                                decision that will bring more than 15,000 new employees to the base. Currently, the Army
                                                                                                reports that guards are protected by gunfire only by a makeshift defense of jersey
                                                                                                barriers, homemade nail strips and military vehicles positioned to shield them. The
                                                                                                arrangement causes significant traffic jams onto Maryland 32.
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Fort Meade Access Control Point - Mapes Road     $8,700,000                                                                                                   Fort George G. Meade

                                                                                                The federal funding will provide upgrades to existing water, sanitary sewer, natural gas
                                                                                                and electrical systems and some new infrastructure, such as electrical substations, water
                                                                                                mains, storm water drainage and fencing. The current infrastructure on Fort Meade is
                                                                                                inadequate to support more than 15,000 employees that are relocating there as a result
                                                                                                of the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) decision. If this project is not funded, each
                                                                                                BRAC project will have to provide its own supporting infrastructure, substantially
                                 Fort Meade Infrastructure Improvements - Mapes
                                                                                                increasing costs.
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 Road South Section                               $3,550,000                                                                                                   Fort George G. Meade
                                                                                                The federal funding will renovate and expand the Armory, including an upgrade to locker
                                                                                                and shower facilities and sufficient parking. Two new Guard units are currently located at
                                                                                                the Dundalk Armory, which was built to accommodate just one. The National Guard
                                                                                                reports that soldiers - who live and train in the Armory prior to their deployment to Iraq -
                                                                                                are using quarters built for an all-male infantry, including the restrooms, dressing area
                                                                                                and showers. The crowded condition is limiting the Guard's ability to train soldiers on drill
Ruppersberger (D-MD-2nd)    2011 The Dundalk Armory                               $21,264,000   weekends.                                                                                     Maryland Army National Guard

                                                                                                Free Smart Textbooks of the Future: A Model Demonstration Project for Military Students
                                                                                                is a valuable use of taxpayer funds because it will provide one-time pilot funding to design
                                                                                                and develop six comprehensive core general education courses for military personnel
                                                                                                wherein all textbooks and collateral student learning and faculty teaching resources would
                                                                                                be provided free to military students and their spouses. This system will improve the
                                                                                                quality and consistency of general education courses offered to service members
                                                                                                worldwide. Equally important, it will expand access to quality course content at a lower
Sanchez, Loretta (D-CA-          Free Smart Textbooks of the Future: A Model
                                                                                                cost for all students.
47th)                       2011 Demonstration Project for Military Students       $778,000                                                                                                    Coast Community College District
       Member             FY                        Project                         Amount                                            Description                                                          Recipient

                                                                                                 Heroes and Healthy Families-Mental Health Support for Active Duty Military Personnel is
                                                                                                 a valuable use of taxpayer funds because this program will respond to the escalating
                                                                                                 suicide rates and combat stress-related arrests of military personnel in Southern
                                                                                                 California. The Family Violence Project and the leadership of the USMC Base Camp
                                                                                                 Pendleton joined forces to create "Heroes and Healthy Families," a collaborative program
                                                                                                 that trains active duty military personnel to recognize and respond to combat stress
                                                                                                 disorder, suicide risk, substance addiction, risk-taking behaviors and family violence.
                                                                                                 Expansion of the "Heroes and Healthy Families" will result in significantly increased
Sanchez, Loretta (D-CA-         Heroes and Healthy Families-Mental Health Support                mental health support for our service personnel and thus enhanced combat readiness.
47th)                      2011 for Active Duty Military                            $1,500,000                                                                                                   The Family Violence Project

                                                                                                 I-CAN! E-File Program is valuable use of taxpayer funds because it will provide service
                                                                                                 members in California, Michigan, Montana, New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington
                                                                                                 with a free tax-preparation internet program that would replace daunting and complex
                                                                                                 Internal Revenue Service forms. For service members, this program will prepare and e-
                                                                                                 file their federal return for earnings related to their active duty wages, as well as outside
                                                                                                 employment if the service member is also employed locally. This program will be
                                                                                                 especially beneficial for service members who are deployed out of their home state.
                                                                                                 Service members and their families will also have access to online chat support for
Sanchez, Loretta (D-CA-
                                                                                                 software assistance Monday-Saturday.
47th)                      2011 I-CAN! E-File Program                               $200,000                                                                                                     Legal Aid Society of Orange County


                                                                                                 Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC) is valuable use of taxpayer funds because it focuses on
                                                                                                 the development of youth ages 11-17, serving almost 9,000 Sea Cadets and adult
                                                                                                 volunteers in 387 units country-wide. It promotes interest and skill in seamanship and
                                                                                                 aviation and instills strong moral character in an anti-drug and anti-gang environment.
                                                                                                 Summer training onboard Navy and Coast Guard ships and shore stations is a
                                                                                                 challenging training ground for developing self-confidence and self-discipline, promotion
                                                                                                 of high standards of conduct and performance and a sense of teamwork. Funds will be
                                                                                                 utilized to "buy down" the out-of-pocket expenses for training to $125/week. NSCC instills
Sanchez, Loretta (D-CA-                                                                          every Cadet with a sense of patriotism, courage and the foundation of personal honor.
47th)                      2011 Naval Sea Cadet Corps                               $635,000                                                                                                     Naval Sea Cadet Corps
                                                                                                 Photomedicine technology is a valuable use of taxpayer funds because it addresses
                                                                                                 priority military medical problems, including treatment of drug resistant infections, light
                                                                                                 activated repair of severed nerves and blood vessels, non-invasive critical care monitors
Sanchez, Loretta (D-CA-                                                                          for hemorrhagic shock, eye injuries, early detection of TBI and other injuries that can
47th)                      2011 Military Photomedicine                              $6,000,000   occur in the battlefield.                                                                       Beckman Laser Institute and Medical Clinic, University of
                                                                                                 The 100 Meter Indoor Small Arms Range is a valuable use of taxpayer funds because the
                                                                                                 24-hour capable, small arms range in Southern California will support over 15,000 military
                                                                                                 members within 30 miles of the Joint Forces Training Base who could take advantage of
                                                                                                 this range. This range will greatly enhance the training opportunities for soldiers preparing
Sanchez, Loretta (D-CA-                                                                          for both their federal and state missions, especially in support of the global war on
47th)                      2011 100 Meter Indoor Small Arms Range                   $1,900,000   terrorism.                                                                                    California National Guard
       Member             FY                           Project                          Amount                                           Description                                                           Recipient

                                                                                                     The Future Logistics Immersive Training Environment (FLITE) is a valuable use of
                                                                                                     taxpayer funds because it is a low cost savings complement to Combatant Command
                                                                                                     (COCOM)-sponsored Joint Exercises which will provide realistic logistics training. This
                                                                                                     robust 3D training capability is built upon a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
                                                                                                     "Real World" platform and deployed in a resident and distributed web environment for
                                                                                                     individual, unit, collective (uniform, civilian interagency, coalition) and Joint Task Force
                                                                                                     training. Rapid fielding will benefit combatant commanders, service component combat
Sanchez, Loretta (D-CA-         Future Logistics Immersive Training Environment
                                                                                                     development, doctrine and training commands.
47th)                      2011 (FLITE)                                                 $3,000,000                                                                                                  California State University Long Beach Foundation
                                                                                                     The Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle Virtual Trainer (MRAP-VVT) is a valuable
                                                                                                     use of taxpayer funds because it will allow California National Guard Soldiers the chance
                                                                                                     to become familiar with MRAP vehicles prior to their combat deployments. At the present
Sanchez, Loretta (D-CA-         Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle Virtual                      time there are no MRAP vehicles or Virtual Trainers in California to provide Soldiers with
47th)                      2011 Trainer (MRAP-VVT)                                      $6,000,000   training opportunities.                                                                    California National Guard

                                                                                                     The Ultra-High Efficiency, Zero-Pollutant-Emission Hybrid Fuel Cell/Gas Turbine (FC/GT)
                                                                                                     Power Generation program is a valuable use of taxpayer funds because it supports the
                                                                                                     development, optimization, and market transformation of ultra-high efficiency, zero-
                                                                                                     pollutant-emission stationary hybrid fuel cell/gas turbine (FC/GT) technology for
                                                                                                     distributed electric power generation. The FC/GT technology allows for a reduced carbon
                                                                                                     footprint, reduced emission of criteria pollutants, fuel independence, and the capture and
Sanchez, Loretta (D-CA-         Ultra-High Efficiency, Zero-Pollutant-Emission Hybrid
                                                                                                     use of heat that would be otherwise exhausted in to the atmosphere.
47th)                      2011 Fuel Cell/Gas Turbine (FC/GT) Power Generation          $4,000,000                                                                                                  University of California, Irvine/National Fuel Cell Research
                                                                                                     The US Air Force Academy Diversity Outreach program is a valuable use of taxpayer
                                                                                                     funds because it will increase diversity outreach and recruiting efforts, in turn raising
Sanchez, Loretta (D-CA-                                                                              awareness of the various education and career activities individuals can take advantage
47th)                      2011 US Air Force Academy Diversity Outreach Program         $2,064,000   of by joining the Air Force Academy.                                                           U.S. Air Force Academy

                                                                                                     The funding would be used to research and develop biomarkers to detect diseases or
                                                                                                     conditions in military personnel, including exposure to toxic substances and
                                                                                                     environmental hazards. This is a good use of taxpayer dollars because it will improve the
                                                                                                     monitoring, detection, and treatment of health conditions in military personnel that may be
                                                                                                     caused by environmental exposures during service and deployment.
Smith, Adam (D-WA-9th)     2011 Epigenetic Disease Research                             $2,500,000                                                                                                  Washington State University

                                                                                                     This funding will be used to develop the next generation of drugs to treat leishmaniasis.
                                                                                                     This is a good use of taxpayer funds because military personnel continue to deploy to
                                                                                                     areas that are threatened by parasitic diseases such as leishmaniasis, and a more
                                                                                                     effective treatment is needed to protect our troops from this parasite.
Smith, Adam (D-WA-9th)     2011 Next Generation Leishmaniasis Drug Development          $2,300,000                                                                                                  Seattle Biomedical Research Institute
                                                                                                     This funding will be used to develop thermo-stable and dose sparing vaccines to be used
                                                                                                     by military personnel and in countries where the Department of
                                                                                                     Defense (DoD) is involved in humanitarian efforts. This is a good use of tax payer funds
                                                                                                     because it will improve the DoD's ability to provide medical care to their own personnel,
                                                                                                     and the populations to whom they provide humanitarian support, in challenging and
Smith, Adam (D-WA-9th)     2011 Vaccine Stabilization Initiative                        $3,200,000   unstable environments around the world.                                                   PATH
      Member             FY                        Project                         Amount                                            Description                                                            Recipient
                                                                                                This funding will be used to operate a counter-drug training center, located at Camp
                                                                                                Murray, in Washington. This is a good use of tax payer funds because the training center
                                                                                                will better serve the Western states in battling organized crime, drug trafficking, and narco-
Smith, Adam (D-WA-9th)    2011 Western Regional Counter-Drug Training Center       $2,000,000   terrorism.                                                                                     Washington State National Guard
                                                                                                This funding would be used to expand education and training of physicians at Madigan
                                                                                                Army Medical Center and around the Pacific Northwest using simulation and live
                                                                                                conferencing. This is a good use of tax payer funds because it will improve the ability of
                                                                                                medical personnel to train, learn new techniques, and participate in seminars around the
                                                                                                world while reducing travel expenses and lost productivity due to time away from duty
Smith, Adam (D-WA-9th)    2011 Advanced Medical Training and Technology Platform   $3,000,000   stations.                                                                                         Seattle Science Foundation

                                                                                                This funding would be used to expand outreach to fill employment assistance gaps that
                                                                                                exist among federal, state and private sector programs for members of the National
                                                                                                Guard. The pilot will work with apprenticeship programs, trade associations, education
                                                                                                activities, government agencies and others to help Guard members acquire skills needed
                                                                                                to obtain a living-wage job after the conclusion of their service in the National Guard. This
                                                                                                is a good use of taxpayer funds because it will help members of the National Guard gain
                               Washington National Guard Employment
                                                                                                employment and successfully transition into civilian careers.
Smith, Adam (D-WA-9th)    2011 Enhancement Project                                 $1,500,000                                                                                                     Washington State National Guard

                                                                                                This funding would be used to test the application of a new biomaterial aimed at saving
                                                                                                traumatized eyes and restoring sight after corneal injury, and replacing destroyed large
                                                                                                bone segments. This is a good use of taxpayer funds because the research has the
                                                                                                possibility of improving the quality of life for wounded military personnel and injured
                               Scleral Healing and Bone Repair with Sphere-
                                                                                                civilians who suffer trauma to the eyes or bones.
Smith, Adam (D-WA-9th)    2011 Templated Polymers                                  $1,687,000                                                                                                     University of Washington

                                                                                                This project provides critical trauma training for military medical personnel at local civilian
                                                                                                hospitals. This is a good use of tax payer funds because it provides military physicians
                                                                                                with the necessary training to meet the current challenges faced abroad while at the
                                                                                                same time providing essential Level II trauma treatment for South King, Pierce, Kitsap,
                               Madigan Army Medical Center Trauma Assistance
                                                                                                and Thurston Counties and southwest Washington.
Smith, Adam (D-WA-9th)    2011 Program                                             $2,500,000                                                                                                     Madigan Army Medical Center, MultiCare Health System,
      Member         FY                         Project                           Amount                                          Description                                                       Recipient


                                                                                               The requested funding will be used for a three year program that will focus on developing
                                                                                               innovative nanomanufacturing processes for new materials that will serve as platforms for
                                                                                               enhanced systems for warfighter clothing and equipment, as well as vehicle structures.
                                                                                               Nanotechnology holds unprecedented promise in creating portable sensors that can
                                                                                               rapidly apprise soldiers of battlefield environmental conditions and monitor the structural
                                                                                               health of mechanical systems, such as bridges, aircraft, and body armor. This program is
                                                                                               developing a suite of multifunctional sensors with high sensitivity and selectivity that
                                                                                               ultimately will be integrated into single compact systems for the warfighter. This goal
                                                                                               requires addressing multiple issues, such as nanoscale fabrication methods for
                                                                                               preparation of the sensor substrate system comprised of detector arrays, functionalizing
                                                                                               the detectors for desired specificity; and optimizing response and reliability. The funding
                                                                                               would support existing jobs at the facility and may create an additional 20 jobs. Should
                           Nanomanufacturing of Integrated Smart Materials                     the funding be awarded, it would be executed through the Materials Application Branch of
Tsongas (D-MA-5th)    2011 Systems                                                $4,000,000   the Army Research Laboratory.                                                               University of Massachusetts Lowell



                                                                                               The requested funding will be used to conduct materials and finite element simulations of
                                                                                               moldable ceramic composite materials. The purpose of this research is to achieve the
                                                                                               protection performance needed for higher caliber arms and more powerful IEDs in
                                                                                               moldable ceramic composites for vehicle protection. Finite element simulations of ballistic
                                                                                               response will be used to guide size, shape, and distribution of the ceramic nuggets, as
                                                                                               well as the tailoring of the ceramic nugget-polymer resin interface. Chemical and
                                                                                               mechanical modifications of the ceramic nugget surface to achieve the desired interface
                                                                                               characteristics (e.g., bond strength) will be studied and characterized using a combination
                                                                                               of mechanical testing and microscopy. Improvements in field repair (e.g., time and
                                                                                               quality) will also be developed through better understanding of the flow, wetting, and cure
                           Materials and Finite Element Simulations of Moldable                kinetics of filled and unfilled polymer resin. Should the funding be awarded, it would be
Tsongas (D-MA-5th)    2011 Ceramic Composite Materials                            $2,225,000   executed through the Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center. University of Massachusetts Lowell
Recipient Address Recipient City       State   Zip       Bill   Notes




UOG Station               Mangilao      GU      96923 Defense




P.O. Box 2950             Hagatna       GU      96932 Defense




2238 Woodcrest Drive      Johnstown     PA      15905 Defense




60 South Lincoln Street   Washington    PA      15301 Defense

250 University Avenue     California    PA      15419 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City               State   Zip       Bill   Notes

117 Old Main                 University Park    PA      16802 Defense

                              Indiana
1011 South Drive John Sutton Hall, Room 235     PA      15705 Defense




1155 University Blvd. SE     Albuquerque        NM      87116 Defense




1 University of New Mexico   Albuquerque        NM      87131 Defense




1 University of New Mexico   Albuquerque        NM      87131 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City       State   Zip       Bill   Notes




223 James P. Brawley Dr., SW Atlanta    GA      30314 Defense




250 14th St                  Atlanta    GA      30332 Defense




P.O. Box 3965                Atlanta    GA      30302 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City           State   Zip       Bill   Notes




1011 Forrester Drive, SE   Dawson           GA      39842 Defense




830 Westview Drive, SW     Atlanta          GA      30314 Defense




239 Manchester Hall        Winston-Salem    NC      27109 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City           State   Zip       Bill   Notes




455 Ramsey Street           Fayetteville    NC      28301 Defense




9201 University City Blvd   Charlotte       NC      28223 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City           State   Zip       Bill   Notes




4105 Reedy Creek Rd            Raleigh      NC      27607 Defense




9201 University City Boulevard Charlotte    NC      28223 Defense




4105 Reedy Creek Rd            Raleigh      NC      27607 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City     State   Zip       Bill   Notes




1200 Murchison Road   Fayetteville    NC      28301 Defense




ASU Box 32002         Boone           NC      28608 Defense




5400 Ramsey Street    Fayetteville    NC      28311 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City   State   Zip       Bill   Notes




16701 Airport Rd.    Maxton         NC      28364 Defense




5 East 86th Street   New York       NY      10028 Defense




Campus Box 7214      Raleigh        NC      27695 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City     State   Zip       Bill   Notes




4105 Reedy Creek Rd   Raleigh         NC      27607 Defense




1200 Murchison Road   Fayetteville    NC      28301 Defense




17 Danielle Avenue    Westerly        RI       2891 Defense




35 Campus Avenue      Kingston        RI       2881 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City                State   Zip       Bill   Notes




Sparkman Center Building 5308Redstone Arsenal    AL      35898 Defense




315 Iron Horse Way, Suite 101 Providence         RI       2908 Defense




5 East 86th Street           New York            NY      10028 Defense




1 Olympic Plaza              Colorado Springs    CO      80909 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City      State   Zip       Bill   Notes




35 Campus Avenue           Kingston    RI       2881 Defense




35 Campus Avenue           Kingston    RI       2881 Defense




Camp Murray Building 104   Tacoma      WA           Defense




Camp Murray Building 104   Tacoma      WA           Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City             State   Zip       Bill   Notes




5400 Ramsey Street            Fayetteville    NC      28311 Defense




                              Fayetteville    NC           Defense




455 Ramsey Street             Fayetteville    NC      28301 Defense




                              3175
225 Sitterson Hall, Campus BoxChapel Hill     NC      27599 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City       State   Zip       Bill   Notes




                        Raleigh         NC           Defense




400 Airport Road        Fayetteville    NC      28306 Defense




16701 Airport Rd        Maxton          NC      28364 Defense




120 Washington Street   Watertown               13601 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City        State   Zip       Bill   Notes




8 Clarkson Avenue      Potsdam           NY      13699 Defense




154 Algonquin Ave      Saranac Lake      NY      12983 Defense




7502 Round Pond Road   North Syracuse    NY      13212 Defense




8 Clarkson Avenue      Potsdam                   13699 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City            State   Zip       Bill   Notes




                              Fort Meade
Building 4550 Parade Field Lane              MD      20755 Defense




22 South Green Street          Baltimore     MD      21201 Defense




22 South Greene Street         Baltimore     MD      21201 Defense




                              Fort Meade
Building 4550 Parade Field Lane              MD      20755 Defense




                              Baltimore
5th Regiment Armory, 29th Division Street    MD      21221 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City            State   Zip       Bill   Notes




                              Fort Meade
Building 4550 Parade Field Lane              MD      20755 Defense




Aberdeen Proving Ground        Aberdeen      MD      21010 Defense




                             Baltimore
Davidge Hall, 515 West Lombard Street        MD      21201 Defense




                              Fort Meade
Building 4550 Parade Field Lane              MD      20755 Defense




                               F
Building 4550, Parade Field Laneort Meade    MD      20755 Defense




                              Baltimore
5th Regiment Armory, 29th Division Street    MD      21221 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City                       State   Zip       Bill   Notes




707 North Broadway             Baltimore                MD      21205 Defense




22 S. Greene Street            Baltimore                MD      21201 Defense




                              Fort Meade
Building 4550 Parade Field Lane                         MD      20755 Defense




                               College Park
University of Maryland, Main Administration Building    MD      20742 Defense




3001 South Hanover Street      Baltimore                MD      21225 Defense




1200 Technology Drive          Aberdeen                 MD      21001 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City               State   Zip       Bill   Notes




                              Fort Meade
Building 4550 Parade Field Lane                 MD      20755 Defense




                              Fort Meade
Building 4550 Parade Field Lane, Room 120       MD      20755 Defense




2101 North Point Boulevard   Dundalk            MD      21222 Defense




11460 Warner Avenue          Fountain Valley    CA      92708 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City                       State    Zip       Bill   Notes




1615 E. 17th Street          Santa Ana                    CA     92705 Defense




2101 North Tustin Avenue     Santa Ana                    CA     92705 Defense




2300 Wilson Blvd             Arlington                    VA     22201 Defense




1002 Health Science Road EastIrvine                       CA     92612 Defense




                              15, Alamitos                 CA
4522 Saratoga Avenue Building Los Joint Forces Training Base     90720 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City              State   Zip       Bill   Notes




                                Long
6300 State University Drive Suite 220 Beach    CA      90815 Defense




9800 Goethe Ave Box 42         Sacramento      CA      95827 Defense




Building 323, Room 21          Irvine          CA      92697 Defense




2304 Cadet Drive               USAF Academy    CO      80840 Defense




                               Pullman
220 French Administration Building             WA      99164 Defense




307 Westlake Avenue North      Seattle         WA      98109 Defense




1455 NW Leary Way              Seattle         WA      98107 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City              State   Zip       Bill   Notes



                             Tacoma            WA      98430 Defense




550 17th Avenue #600         Seattle           WA      98122 Defense




                             Camp Murray       WA      98430 Defense




                              Seattle
N330J William H. Foege Building, Box 355061    WA      98195 Defense




315 Martin Luther King, Jr. WayTacoma          WA      98415 Defense
Recipient Address Recipient City   State   Zip       Bill   Notes




Two Solomon Way   Lowell            MA       1854 Defense




Two Solomon Way   Lowell            MA       1854 Defense
                                        Budget
House Amt.   Senate Amt.   Final Amt.
                                        Request


             $1,000,000    $800,000
$3,000,000                 $2,400,000

             $1,000,000    $800,000



             $1,300,000    $1,040,000



                           $1,600,000



             $2,000,000    $1,600,000



$4,500,000                 $3,600,000



$3,800,000   $3,000,000    $3,040,000



$3,000,000                 $2,400,000



$2,500,000                 $2,000,000



$4,000,000                 $3,200,000



$1,500,000                 $1,200,000



$2,000,000                 $1,600,000



$2,000,000                 $1,600,000



$2,000,000                 $1,600,000


             $5,000,000    $5,000,000


$7,500,000                 $6,000,000



             $4,000,000    $3,200,000



$1,000,000                 $800,000


 $500,000                  $500,000

$2,000,000                 $1,600,000
             $1,000,000   $800,000



$2,500,000                $2,000,000



$3,000,000                $2,400,000



$3,000,000                $2,400,000



$1,500,000                $1,200,000



$1,000,000                $800,000



$2,250,000                $1,800,000


                          $800,000


$1,000,000                $800,000



$4,500,000                $3,600,000



$4,000,000   $5,000,000   $4,000,000



$4,000,000   $6,000,000   $4,800,000



             $5,500,000   $4,400,000



$3,000,000   $2,000,000   $2,400,000



                          $800,000



$2,000,000                $1,600,000


$2,000,000                $1,600,000


$2,500,000                $2,000,000



$5,000,000                $4,000,000



$3,000,000                $2,400,000



$800,000                  $800,000
$2,900,000                $2,320,000



$2,000,000                $1,600,000


$1,500,000                $1,200,000


$2,500,000                $2,000,000



$2,000,000                $1,600,000



$2,000,000                $1,600,000



$3,100,000                $2,480,000



             $2,400,000   $1,920,000



$3,000,000                $2,400,000



$2,000,000   $2,000,000   $2,000,000



$3,000,000                $2,400,000

             $1,000,000   $800,000

$1,500,000                $1,200,000

$1,000,000                $800,000

$1,500,000   $1,500,000   $1,500,000


$4,500,000                $3,600,000


             $4,000,000   $4,000,000



$500,000                  $500,000



$3,000,000                $2,400,000



$2,000,000                $1,600,000



             $2,400,000   $1,920,000



             $3,000,000   $2,400,000



$2,500,000                $2,000,000
$4,000,000                 $3,200,000

              $900,000     $720,000


             $2,000,000    $1,600,000



             $4,000,000    $4,000,000



$2,000,000                 $1,600,000



$2,000,000                 $1,600,000



$3,000,000                 $2,400,000



$6,000,000   $12,000,000   $9,600,000


$1,000,000                 $1,000,000


$2,000,000                 $1,600,000



$2,500,000                 $2,000,000



$3,000,000                 $2,400,000

$1,000,000                 $800,000

$3,000,000                 $2,400,000



$2,500,000   $2,000,000    $2,000,000



$2,000,000                 $1,600,000



             $2,000,000    $1,600,000



$2,000,000                 $1,600,000



             $2,500,000    $2,000,000



             $1,500,000    $1,200,000


$300,000                   $300,000


$1,000,000                 $800,000
$1,000,000                 $800,000


$1,700,000                 $1,360,000

$1,000,000                 $800,000


$1,200,000                 $960,000

                           $800,000

             $2,800,000    $2,800,000



$2,000,000                 $1,600,000



$2,500,000                 $2,000,000



             $1,000,000    $800,000



             $10,000,000   $8,000,000



$2,000,000                 $1,600,000



$3,000,000                 $2,400,000


$2,000,000                 $1,600,000


             $2,000,000    $1,600,000



$1,500,000                 $1,200,000



$2,000,000                 $1,600,000



$2,000,000                 $1,600,000



$1,000,000                 $800,000



$1,000,000                 $1,000,000



$1,000,000                 $800,000



$2,000,000                 $1,600,000



$2,000,000                 $1,600,000
$2,500,000                $2,000,000



$1,000,000                $800,000



$1,800,000                $1,440,000



             $4,000,000   $3,200,000



$2,000,000                $1,600,000



$2,000,000   $4,000,000   $4,000,000

             $3,500,000   $2,400,000

             $6,500,000   $5,200,000



$2,000,000                $1,600,000



$1,000,000                $1,000,000



$2,000,000                $1,600,000


             $2,700,000   $2,160,000


$2,000,000                $1,600,000



             $2,000,000   $1,600,000

$2,500,000                $2,000,000

$3,000,000                $2,400,000



$2,500,000                $2,000,000
                                   Description                                   City/Location        State       Bill



Air Filtration Systems for National Guard Helicopters                      St. Charles           MO           Defense
Aircrew Body Armor and Load Carriage Vest System                           Fenton                MO           Defense

Backpack Medical Oxygen System (BMOS)                                      St. Louis             MO           Defense



Heuristic Internet Protocol Packet Inspection Engine (HIPPIE)              Chesterfield          MO           Defense



Hyper Spectral Sensor for Improved Force Protection                        Earth City            MO           Defense



Building a Unified Information Framework                                   Camden                NJ           Defense



X-49A Envelope Expansion Modifications                                     Essington             PA           Defense



Applied Communication and Information Networking                                                 NJ           Defense



Senior Scout Communications Intelligence (COMINT) Capability Upgrade       Camden                NJ           Defense


Non Traditional Ballistic fiber and Fabric Weaving Application for Force
                                                                           Cologne               PA           Defense
Protection


Distributed Mission Interoperability Toolkit (DMIT)                                              NJ           Defense



Autonomous Sustainment Cargo Container                                     Germantown            MD           Defense



Hybrid Electric Heavy Truck Vehicle                                        Hagerstown            MD           Defense


Multiple UAS Cooperative Concentrated Observation and Engagement
                                                                           Germantown            MD           Defense
Against a Common Ground Objective

Next Generation Shipboard Integrated Power-Fuel Efficiency and Advanced
                                                                           Arlington             VA           Defense
Capability Enhancer

Chemical and Biological Protective Shelter                                 Edgewood              MD           Defense


Precision Guidance Kit Technology Development                              Rocket Center         WV           Defense



Intelligent Explosives Detection                                           Annapolis Junction    MD           Defense



Automated Sample Preparation for Biological Detection                                            MD; NY       Defense


Brown Tree Snake Program                                                                         HI           Defense

Women In Military Service for America Memorial                             Washington            DC           Defense
Cluster Bomb Unit and Combined Effects Munitions Demilitarization         Hawthorne       NV       Defense


Comprehensive and Integrated Procedures for Risk Assessment and
                                                                          Philadelphia    PA       Defense
Resource Allocation


Drive System Composite Structural Component Risk Reduction Program        Chester         PA       Defense


Enhancing Military Ophthalmic Education and Overcoming Urban Healthcare
                                                                        Philadelphia      PA       Defense
Disparities with Telemedicine


Maintenance Planning and Assessment Technology Insertion                  Philadelphia    PA       Defense



Telepharmacy Robotic Medicine Device Unit                                 Altoona         PA       Defense



Battlefield Related Injury Translational Research Strategies              Tampa           FL       Defense


MacDill Air Force Base Online Technology Program                          Seattle         WA       Defense


Near Infrared Spectroscopy Military Personnel Assessment                  Tampa           FL       Defense



Continuous Active Sonar for Torpedo DCL Systems                           Mystic          CT       Defense



Advanced Affordable Turbine Engine Program                                                AZ; CT   Defense



Common Command and Control System Module                                                  CT; RI   Defense



Future Dry Deck Shelter                                                                   CT; RI   Defense



Projectile Unmanned Aerial Systems                                        West Hartford   CT       Defense



Army/Joint STARS Surveillance and Control Data Link Technology Refresh    San Diego       CA       Defense



Autonomous Machine Vision for Mapping and Investigation of Remote Sites   San Diego       CA       Defense


Critical Language Training                                                San Diego       CA       Defense


Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology                       San Diego       CA       Defense



Nuclear Enterprise Surety Tracking                                        Shreveport      LA       Defense



Reconstitute of B-52 Nuclear Capability Study                             Shreveport      LA       Defense



Modeling and Simulation Standards Study                                   Norfolk         VA       Defense
Tidewater Full Scale Exercise                                                                     VA          Defense



Silver Fox and Manta Unmanned Aerial Systems                                                      AZ          Defense

Air Education and Training Command Range Improvements at the Barry M.
                                                                                                  AZ          Defense
Goldwater Range

Asymmetric Threat Response and Analysis Project                           Tucson                  AZ          Defense



High Temperature Radar Dome Materials                                     Tucson                  AZ          Defense



Advanced Deformable Mirrors for High Energy Laser Weapons                 Albuquerque             NM          Defense



Advanced Modular Avionics for Operationally Responsive Satellite Use      Albuquerque             NM          Defense



University Strategic Partnership                                          Albuquerque             NM          Defense



Brownout Situational Awareness Sensor                                                             CA; MA      Defense



Combat Medic Trainer                                                                              CA; PA      Defense



US Navy Cancer Vaccine Program                                                                    CA; LA      Defense

Canned Lube Pumps LHD-1 Class                                             Monroe                  NC          Defense

Flame Resistant High Performance Apparel                                  Candor                  NC          Defense

Fort Bragg Range 74 Combined Arms Collective Training Facility            Fort Bragg              NC          Defense

UH-60 Transmission/Gearbox Galvanic Corrosion Reduction                   Fort Bragg              NC          Defense


Lightweight Tactical Utility Vehicles                                     Washington              DC          Defense


Vehicle and Dismount Exploitation Radar (VADER)                           Linthicum               MD          Defense


Independent Advisory Group to Review Ballistic Missile Defense Training
                                                                          Schriever Air Force Base CO         Defense
Needs

Lighter-than-Air Stratospheric Unmanned Aerial Vehicle for Persistent
                                                                          Patuxent River          MD          Defense
Communications Relay and Surveillance

                                                                          Wright-Patterson Air
Unmanned Sense, Track, and Avoid Radar                                                            OH          Defense
                                                                          Force Base


ACES 5 Ejection Seat                                                                                           Defense
                                                                                                  CO; CT; MS; UT



SupportNet for Frontline Providers                                        Colorado Springs        CO          Defense



Advanced Ground EW and Signals Intelligence System                        Everett                 WA          Defense
Low Cost Military Global Positioning System (GPS) Receiver                                  IA       Defense

Epidemiologic Health Survey                                             Iowa City           IA       Defense


Next Generation Manufacturing Technologies Initiative                   Iowa City           IA       Defense



Advanced Steam Turbine                                                                      NY       Defense



Acid Alkaline Direct Methanol Fuel Cell                                 Fayetteville        NC       Defense



IP over Power Line Carrier Network Integration with ICAS                Wilmington          NC       Defense



Advanced Vehicle Propulsion Center                                      Redlands            CA       Defense



B-2 Advanced Tactical Data Link                                         Los Angeles         CA       Defense


George AFB (New and Existing Infrastructure Improvements)               Victorville         CA       Defense


Miniature Divert and Altitude Controls System Thruster                                      UNK      Defense



Eglin AFB Range Operations Control Center                                                   FL       Defense



Gulf Range Mobile Instrumentation Capability                            Manassas            VA       Defense

Intelligence Broadcast Receiver for AFSOC MC-130                        Fort Walton Beach   FL       Defense

Joint Gulf Range Complex Test and Training                              Fort Walton Beach   FL       Defense



Automated Fiber Optic Manufacturing Initiative for Navy Ships                               MA; VA   Defense



Advanced Composite Manufacturing for Composite High-Speed Boat Design   Portland            ME       Defense



Fuel Efficient, High Specific Power Free Piston Engine for USSVs        Sanford             ME       Defense


Maine Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health, Toxic Particles
                                                                                            ME       Defense
Research and Equipment


Ripsaw Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) Weaponization                      North Berwick       ME       Defense



Small Craft Threat Identification Program                               Brunswick           ME       Defense


Castner Range Conservation Conveyance Study                             El Paso             TX       Defense


Center for Defense Systems Research                                     El Paso             TX       Defense
Demonstration of Thin Film Solar Modules as a Renewable Energy Source         Boca Raton            FL       Defense


Fort Bliss Data Center                                                        Fort Bliss            TX       Defense

Operational/Technical Training Validation for Joint Maneuver Forces at Fort
                                                                              El Paso               TX       Defense
Bliss

MOTS All Sky Imager                                                           San Diego             CA       Defense

Life Support for Trauma and Transport                                         Signal Hill           CA       Defense

Enhanced Military Vehicle Maintenance System Demonstration Project                                  AL; OH   Defense



M109A6 Paladin                                                                Arlington             VA       Defense



Novel Zinc Air Power Sources for Military Applications                        Auburn                AL       Defense



Spinel Transparent Armor Production Technology                                                      MD       Defense



Initiative to Advance Adaptive Petascale Supercomputing                       Oak Ridge             TN       Defense


Advanced Nanocomposite Materials for Lightweight Integrated Armor
                                                                              Youngstown            OH       Defense
Systems


ARL 3D Model-Based Inspection and Scanning                                    Youngstown            OH       Defense


Counter Threat Finance-Global                                                 Youngstown            OH       Defense


Center for Education and Research on Corrosion and Materials Performance Akron                      OH       Defense



Intensive Quenching for Advanced Weapon Systems                                                     NY; OH   Defense



Distributed Network Switching and Security                                    Santa Ana             CA       Defense



End to End Semi Fab Alpha Tool                                                San Juan Capistrano   CA       Defense



ALC Logistics Integration Environment                                         Altoona               PA       Defense



Cadmium Emissions Reduction-Letterkenny Army Depot                                                  PA       Defense



Defense Support for Civil Authorities for Key Resource Protection             Ebensburg             PA       Defense


Nurse Education Center of Excellence for Remote and Medically Underserved
                                                                          Loretto                   PA       Defense
Populations

Rural Health Center of Excellence for Remote and Medically Underserved
                                                                              Loretto               PA       Defense
Populations
Voice Recognition and Cross Platform Speech Interface System                  Bedford           PA    Defense



Corrosion Detection and Visualization Program                                 Kent              WA    Defense



Portable Device for Latent Fingerprint Identification                         Tacoma            WA    Defense



Advanced Materials and Process for Armament Structures (AMPAS)                Elyria            OH    Defense



Affordable Robust Mid-Sized Unmanned Ground Vehicle                           Tyngsboro         MA    Defense



Nanomanufacturing of Multifunctional Sensors                                  Lowell            MA    Defense

Special Operations High Performance In-Line Sniper Scope                      North Billerica   MA    Defense

Advanced Technical Intelligence Center (ATIC)                                 Beavercreek       OH    Defense



Integrated Engine Starter/Generator                                                             UNK   Defense



Open Source Research Centers                                                                    OH    Defense



Production of Nanocomposites for Aerospace Applications                                         OH    Defense

Controlled Humidity Protection for McEntire Joint National Guard Base
                                                                              Columbia          SC    Defense
(SCANG Facilities)

Human Organ and Tissue Preservation Technology                                Columbia          SC    Defense



Next Generation High Strength Glass Fibers for Ballistic Armor Applications   Aiken             SC    Defense

Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle                                Columbia          SC    Defense

Vanadium Technology Program                                                   Charleston        SC    Defense



SSBN(X) Systems Development                                                   Arlington         VA    Defense
                                              Project
                                                                                                                  Senate
                                             Heading             House Requesting
      Bill Section         Bill Subsection                                              House Party House State Requesting
                                             (Defense               Member(s)
                                                                                                                Member(s)
                                             Bill Only)

Aircraft Procurement     Army                             Akin                               R           MO          Bond
Other Procurement        Air Force                        Akin                               R           MO          Bond

Research, Development,
                         Air Force                        Akin                               R           MO          Bond
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army                             Akin                               R           MO          Bond
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army                             Akin                               R           MO
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army                             Andrews                            D           NJ          Lautenberg; Menendez
Test & Evaluation

                                                          Andrews; Brady, Robert;
Research, Development,
                         Navy                             Castle; Higgins; Larson;              NJ; D; DE;        Schumer
                                                                                      D; D; R; D; D;PA; D NY; CT; PA; NY
Test & Evaluation
                                                          Sestak; Slaughter

Research, Development,
                         Army                             Andrews; LoBiondo                 D; R       NJ; NJ        Lautenberg; Menendez
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force                        Andrews; LoBiondo                 D; R       NJ; NJ
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Navy                             Andrews; LoBiondo; Rothman      D; R; D     NJ; NJ; NJ Lautenberg; Menendez
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force                        Andrews; LoBiondo; Sestak       D; R; D    NJ; NJ; PA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army                             Bartlett                           R           MD
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army                             Bartlett                           R           MD          Cardin
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force                        Bartlett                           R           MD
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Navy                             Bartlett                           R           MD
Test & Evaluation

                                                          Bartlett; Kratovil;
Procurement              Defense-Wide                                                     R; D; D    MD; MD; MD Mikulski
                                                          Ruppersberger

Research, Development,
                         Army                             Bartlett; Mollohan                R; D       MD; WV        Inhofe
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,                                    Bartlett; Ruppersberger;
                         Defense-Wide                                                     R; D; D    MD; MD; MD Cardin
Test & Evaluation                                         Sarbanes

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide                     Bartlett; Slaughter               R; D       MD; NY        Gillibrand; Schumer
Test & Evaluation

Operations &
                         Navy                             Bordallo                           D           GU
Maintenance
                                                          Bordallo; Granger;
General Provisions                                                                       D; R; D; D GU; TX; CA; IL
                                                          Richardson; Schakowsky
Research, Development,
                         Army           Brady, Robert                    D            PA        Reid
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Brady, Robert                    D            PA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Brady, Robert                    D            PA        Casey; Specter
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Brady, Robert                    D            PA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Navy           Brady, Robert                    D            PA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Brady, Robert                    D            PA        Casey; Specter
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Castor                           D            FL
Test & Evaluation

Operations &
                         Air Force      Castor                           D            FL
Maintenance

Research, Development,
                         Army           Castor                           D            FL        Nelson, Bill
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Navy           Courtney                         D            CT        Dodd; Lieberman
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,                  Courtney; DeLauro; Larson;
                         Army                                         D; D; D; D CT; CT; CT; AZDodd; Lieberman
Test & Evaluation                       Pastor

Research, Development,                  Courtney; Kennedy, Patrick;
                         Navy                                          D; D; D     CT; RI; RI   Dodd; Lieberman; Reed
Test & Evaluation                       Langevin

Research, Development,                  Courtney; Kennedy, Patrick;
                         Defense-Wide                                  D; D; D     CT; RI; RI   Dodd; Lieberman; Reed
Test & Evaluation                       Langevin

Research, Development,
                         Army           Courtney; Larson                D; D        CT; CT      Dodd; Lieberman
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Davis, Susan                     D            CA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Davis, Susan                     D            CA
Test & Evaluation

Operations &
                         Defense-Wide   Davis, Susan                     D            CA
Maintenance

Research, Development,
                         Navy           Davis, Susan; Lewis, Jerry      D; R        CA; CA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force      Fleming                          R            LA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force      Fleming                          R            LA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Forbes                           R            VA
Test & Evaluation
Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Forbes                             R            VA      Warner, Mark; Webb
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Franks                             R            AZ
Test & Evaluation

Operations &                            Franks; Giffords; Grijalva;
                         Air Force                                      R; D; D; D AZ; AZ; AZ; AZ
Maintenance                             Pastor

Research, Development,
                         Army           Giffords                           D            AZ
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Navy           Giffords                           D            AZ
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force      Heinrich                           D            NM      Bingaman; Udall, Tom
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force      Heinrich                           D            NM      Bingaman; Udall, Tom
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Heinrich                           D            NM      Bingaman; Udall, Tom
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Hunter; Olver                     R; D        CA; MA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Hunter; Schwartz                  R; D        CA; PA    Casey; Specter
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Navy           Jones, Walter; Miller, Gary       R; R        NC; CA    Landrieu
Test & Evaluation

Other Procurement        Navy           Kissell                            D            NC      Burr
Operations &
                         Marine Corps   Kissell                            D            NC      Burr; Hagan
Maintenance
Other Procurement        Army           Kissell                            D            NC      Hagan

Research, Development,
                         Army           Kissell                            D            NC      Burr; Hagan
Test & Evaluation

Operations &
                         Army           Kissell; Petri                    D; R        NC; WI
Maintenance

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Kratovil; Ruppersberger           D; D        MD; MD    Cardin; Mikulski
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Lamborn                            R            CO
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Navy           Lamborn                            R            CO
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force      Lamborn                            R            CO
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force      Lamborn; Pastor; Tauscher        R; D; D    CO; AZ; CA Bennett, Robert; Burr; Cochran;
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,                  Lamborn; Perlmutter; Salazar,
                         Army                                            R; D; D    CO; CO; CO Udall, Mark
Test & Evaluation                       John

Research, Development,
                         Army           Larsen; Smith, Adam               D; D       WA; WA     Murray
Test & Evaluation
Defense Production Act                  Latham; Loebsack         R; D        IA; IA   Grassley; Harkin

Defense Health Program                  Loebsack                  D           IA      Grassley; Harkin

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Loebsack                  D           IA      Grassley; Harkin
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Navy           Massa; Olver; Tsongas   D; D; D   NY; MA; MA Kerry; Kirk; Schumer
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           McIntyre                  D           NC      Hagan
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Navy           McIntyre                  D           NC
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force      McKeon                    R           CA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force      McKeon                    R           CA      Feinstein
Test & Evaluation

Operations &
                         Defense-Wide   McKeon                    R           CA
Maintenance

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   McKeon                    R           CA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force      Miller, Jeff              R           FL
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Miller, Jeff              R           FL
Test & Evaluation

Procurement              Defense-Wide   Miller, Jeff              R           FL

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Miller, Jeff              R           FL
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Navy           Nye; Tsongas             D; D       VA; MA    Kerry; Kirk; Warner, Mark; Webb
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Navy           Pingree                   D           ME      Collins; Snowe
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Navy           Pingree                   D           ME      Collins; Snowe
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Pingree                   D           ME
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Pingree                   D           ME      Collins; Snowe
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Pingree                   D           ME      Collins; Snowe
Test & Evaluation

Operations &
                         Defense-Wide   Reyes                     D           TX
Maintenance

Research, Development,
                         Army           Reyes                     D           TX
Test & Evaluation
Research, Development,
                         Army           Reyes                        D          TX
Test & Evaluation

Operations &
                         Army           Reyes                        D          TX
Maintenance
Operations &
                         Army           Reyes                        D          TX
Maintenance

Research, Development,
                         Army           Reyes; Rodriguez            D; D       TX; TX
Test & Evaluation

Other Procurement        Army           Reyes; Sanchez, Loretta     D; D       TX; CA

Research, Development,
                         Army           Rogers, Michael (AL)         R          AL      Sessions, Jeff; Shelby
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Rogers, Michael (AL)         R          AL
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Rogers, Michael (AL)         R          AL
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Ruppersberger                D          MD      Cardin; Mikulski
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Ruppersberger; Wu           D; D      MD; OR    Alexander, Lamar; Corker
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Ryan, Tim                    D          OH
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Ryan, Tim                    D          OH
Test & Evaluation

Operations &
                         Defense-Wide   Ryan, Tim                    D          OH
Maintenance

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Ryan, Tim; Sutton           D; D      OH; OH    Brown, Sherrod
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Ryan, Tim; Sutton; Tonko   D; D; D   OH; OH; NY Schumer; Stabenow
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Sanchez, Loretta             D          CA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide   Sanchez, Loretta             D          CA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force      Shuster                      R          PA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Shuster                      R          PA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Shuster                      R          PA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Shuster                      R          PA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army           Shuster                      R          PA      Casey
Test & Evaluation
Research, Development,
                         Army                 Shuster       R   PA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force            Smith, Adam   D   WA   Murray
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide         Smith, Adam   D   WA   Murray
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army                 Sutton        D   OH   Brown, Sherrod
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Defense-Wide         Tsongas       D   MA
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army                 Tsongas       D   MA   Kerry; Kirk
Test & Evaluation

Procurement              Defense-Wide         Tsongas       D   MA   Kerry; Kirk

Research, Development,
                         Air Force            Turner        R   OH   Brown, Sherrod; Voinovich
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force            Turner        R   OH   Brown, Sherrod; Voinovich
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force            Turner        R   OH
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Air Force            Turner        R   OH
Test & Evaluation

Operations &
                         Air National Guard   Wilson, Joe   R   SC   Graham
Maintenance

Research, Development,
                         Army                 Wilson, Joe   R   SC
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Army                 Wilson, Joe   R   SC   Graham
Test & Evaluation

Procurement              Defense-Wide         Wilson, Joe   R   SC   Graham

Research, Development,
                         Army                 Wilson, Joe   R   SC
Test & Evaluation

Research, Development,
                         Navy                 Wittman       R   VA
Test & Evaluation
                                                      Intended
                            Presidential
Senate Party Senate State                Undisclosed Recipient or       Notes
                             Earmarks
                                                      Location

     R           MO                                  Aerospace Filtration Systems, Inc.
     R           MO                                  Eagle Industries

     R           MO                                  Essex Cryogenics



     R           MO                                  TechGuard Security



                                                     Clean Earth Technologies



    D; D        NJ; NJ                               Drakontas, LLC



     D           NY                                                 Can't find this (Andrews, Larson's request list
                                                     Piasecki Aircraft Corporation earmark in Brady, Castle, Sestak); Calspan Corporation (Higgins, Slaug



    D; D        NJ; NJ                               Drexel University (Andrews, Lautenberg, Menendez); Drexel University with work to be performed at



                                                     L-3 Communications



    D; D        NJ; NJ                               Absecon Mills



                                                     Accenture National Security Services



                                                     AEPLOG, Inc.



     D           MD                                  Volvo Powertrain of North America



                                                     Proxy Aviation



                                                     Northrop Grumman


     D           MD                                  Smiths Detection


     R           OK                                  Allegany Ballistic Lab (Bartlett); Alliant Tech Systems (Mollohan)



     D           MD                                  Applied Signal Technology, Inc.



    D; D       NY; NY                                Akonni, Inc. (Bartlett); CUBRC (Slaughter)


                                                     USDA Wildlife Services

                                                     Women In Military Service For America Memorial Foundation
  D          NV        Hawthorne Army Depot



                       Policy Research Institute, Center on Terrorism & Counter-Terrorism



 D; D      PA; PA      V System Composites



                       Wills Eye Health System



                       Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Detachment Philadelphia and Progeny Systems



 D; D      PA; PA      INRange Systems, Inc.



                       USF Office of Research and Innovation


                       MacDill Airforce Base, Giant Campus


  D          FL        University Community Hospital/Pepin Heart Hospital/Kiran Patel Institute at UCH



 D; I      CT; CT      Alion Science and Technology, Inc



 D; I      CT; CT      United Technologies Corporation (UTC) (Courtney); Pratt and Whitney (DeLauro, Larson); Honeywe



D; I; D   CT; CT; RI   General Dynamics Electric Boat (Dodd, Lieberman);Adaptive Methods (Reed)



D; I; D   CT; CT; RI   Electric Boat



 D; I      CT; CT      University of Hartford



                       Cubic Defense Applications



                       Vision Robotics Corp


                       San Diego State University Research Foundation


                       Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology



                       Barksdale AFB



                       Barksdale AFB



                       Old Dominion University Research Foundation
      D; D        VA; VA              Office of Commonwealth Preparedness



                                      Advanced Ceramics


                                      Luke Air Force Base


                                      University of Arizona



                                      University of Arizona



      D; D       NM; NM               MZA Associates Corp. and Active Optics Systems, LLC



      D; D       NM; NM               Goodrich ISR Systems Albuquerque



      D; D       NM; NM               University of New Mexico



                                      TREX Enterprises



      D; D        PA; PA              CHI Systems, Inc.



       D            LA                OncBioMune, LLC (Jones, Walter); Naval Health Research Center (Miller)

       R            NC                IMO           Burr does not disclose the location of his requested earmarks

      R; D       NC; NC               Longworth Industries (Marine Corps)

       D            NC                General Dynamics/Ft. Bragg

      R; D       NC; NC               United Protective Technologies


                                      Fort Bragg (Kissell); Department of Defense (Petri)


      D; D       MD; MD               Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems



                                      MDIOC



                                      Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)



                                      Air Force Research Lab, Air Vehicles Control Systems Development & Applications Branch,



         UT; NC; MS; CT; UT; CT; MS
R; R; R; D; R; I; R                   Goodrich Corporation (Bennett, Hatch, Dodd, Cochran, Wicker, Burr); Goodrich Corporation, Pionee



       D           CO                 University of Colorado at Colorado Springs



       D           WA                 Agilent Technologies
  R; D         IA; IA       Rockwell Collins

  R; D         IA; IA       University of Iowa


  R; D         IA; IA       University of Iowa



 D; D; D    MA; MA; NY      Dresser-Rand (Schumer, Massa); DRS (Olver, Kirk, Tsongas)



   D            NC          Fayetteville Works Plant



                            True Grid



                            UNK             Earmark can't be found on McKeon's request list



   D            CA                       Earmark can't be found on McKeon's request list
                            Northrop Grumman


                            City of Victorville


                            UNK             Earmark can't be found on McKeon's request list



                                            Base
                            Eglin Air ForceJeff Miller doesn't disclose recipient or location in request material



                            Prologic        Jeff Miller doesn't disclose recipient or location in request material

                                        Jeff
                            DRS TechnologiesMiller doesn't disclose recipient or location in request material

                            Boeing          Jeff Miller doesn't disclose recipient or location in request material



D; D; D; D MA; MA; VA; VA   kSARIA (Kerry, Tsongas); Kitco Fiber Optics (Webb, Warner); PEO Aircraft Carriers PMS 378 (Nye)



  R; R       ME; ME         Hodgdon Defense Composites, LLC



  R; R       ME; ME         Applied Thermal Sciences



                            Maine Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health



  R; R       ME; ME         Howe and Howe Technologies, Inc.



  R; R       ME; ME         Technology Systems, Inc.


                            Frontera Land Alliance


                            University of Texas at El Paso
                Florida Solar Energy


                Fort Bliss

                Digital Fusion Corporation


                Trex Enterprises

                Integrated Medical Systems

R; R   AL; AL   Auburn University; Frontier Technologies



                BAE Systems



                Electric Fuel Battery Corporation (Arotech Subsidiary)



D; D   MD; MD   Technology Assessment & Transfer, Inc.



R; R   TN; TN   National Security Agency / Oak Ridge National Lab



                Youngstown State University



                M7 Technologies, Inc.


                Revere Data, LLC.


 D      OH      The University of Akron



D; D   NY; MI   IQ Technologies Inc. (Ryan, Sutton); Watervliet Arsenal (Tonko)



                Raptor Networks Technology, Inc.



                Digibeam Corporation



                IS2 Technologies, Inc.



                Mountain Research, LLC



                L. Robert Kimball & Associates



                Saint Francis University



 D      PA      Saint Francis University
                Szanca Solutions, Inc.



 D      WA      Quest Integrated



 D      WA      Sagem Morpho



 D      OH      American Engineering & Manufacturing, Inc



                Black-I Robotics, Inc.



D; D   MA; MA   University of Massachusetts Lowell

D; D   MA; MA   FLIR Systems, Inc.

D; R   OH; OH   Advanced Technical Intelligence Center



D; R   OH; OH   GE Aviation Systems, Electrical Power



                Radiance Technologies



                NanoSperse, LLC


 R      SC      South Carolina Air National Guard


                Lifeblood Medical



 R      SC      AGY Holding Corp

 R      SC      FN Manufacturing, LLC

                Advanced Technology Institute



                Northrop Grumman Corporation
xel University with work to be performed at L-3 Communication, Communications Systems - East (LoBiondo)
hiladelphia and Progeny Systems




n Patel Institute at UCH




and Whitney (DeLauro, Larson); Honeywell Aerospace (Pastor); United Technologies Corporation--Pratt Whitney (Dodd, Lieberman)



tive Methods (Reed)
h Center (Miller)

equested earmarks




evelopment & Applications Branch,



 icker, Burr); Goodrich Corporation, Pioneer Aerospace (Lieberman)
tion in request material



tion in request material

tion in request material

tion in request material



ner); PEO Aircraft Carriers PMS 378 (Nye)
           Budget Request
Final Amount                                           Description                                  City/Location         State

 $2,000,000             Heuristic Internet Protocol Packet Inspection Engine (HIPPIE)          Chesterfield                MO
 $1,600,000             Hyperspectral Sensor for Improved Force Protection (Hyper-IFP)         St. Louis                   MO
 $1,600,000             Out of Autoclave Composite Processing                                  St. Louis                   MO

 $2,500,000             High Power, Ultra-Lightweight Zinc-Air Battery                         Westlake; St. Albans       OH; VT

 $3,200,000             Mission Execution Technology Implementation                            St. Charles                 MO

 $2,320,000             Precision Molding Manufacturing Technology for Infrared Aspheric Optics Barrington; Pennsburg     NJ; PA

 $3,200,000             Applied Communications and Information Networking (ACIN)               Camden                      NJ

 $2,400,000             Battlefield Anti-Intrusion System (BAIS)                               Camden                      NJ

                                                                                               Camden; King of
 $1,600,000             Distributed Mission Interoperability Toolkit (DMIT)                                               NJ; PA
                                                                                               Prussia

 $3,200,000             Renewable Fuel Systems for Defense Applications                        Hoboken                     NJ

 $3,600,000             Advanced Fuzing Technologies                                           Edina                       MN
 $2,400,000             Hybrid Electric (Heavy Truck) Vehicle                                  Hagerstown                  MD

 $2,400,000             Networked Dynamic Spectrum Access Investigation Enhanced MBITR         Clarksburg                  MD

 $3,000,000             Power Dense Integrated Power System for CG(X)                          Los Angeles                 CA

  $800,000              Submarine Fatline Vector Sensor Towed Array                            Stonington; Millersville   CT; MD

  $800,000              Scalable Topside Array Radar Demonstrator                              Linthicum                   MD

 $4,000,000             Joint Chemical Agent Detector                                          Edgewood                    MD

 $1,200,000             Solid-State DC Protection System                                       Danbury; Milwaukee         CT; WI

 $1,600,000             Conversion of Municipal Solid Waste to Renewable Diesel Fuel           Fairfield; Alexandria      NJ; VA


 $7,600,000             DDG 51 Permanent Magnet Hybrid Electric Propulsion System              Danbury; Fitchburg         CT; MA


 $2,400,000             Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) for the Abrams M1/A2 Tank                   Elkridge                    MD

                        Multiple UAS Cooperative Concentrated Observation and Engagement
 $4,400,000                                                                                    Germantown                  MD
                        Against a Common Ground Objective
                        Brown Tree Snake Control and Invasive Species Management at
  $400,000                                                                                     Guam                        UST
                        Andersen Air Force Base, Guam
 $2,400,000             Data Acquisition Reporting and Trending System (DARTS)                 Washington                  DC

 $2,400,000             Drive System Composite Structural Component Risk Reduction Program Chester                         PA

                        National Center of Opthamology Training and Education at Wills Eye
 $1,000,000                                                                                    Philadelphia                PA
                        Center
  $800,000              Transit Visibility System                                              Philadelphia                PA
 $1,400,000             Telepharmacy Remote Medicine Device Unit (TRMDU)                       Altoona                     PA

                        Center of Cardiac Surgery Robotic Computerized Telemanipulation
 $1,600,000                                                                                    Philadelphia                PA
                        (Note: as part of a Comprehensive Approach to Advanced Heart Care)

 $1,600,000             Mark 75 Maintenance Facility Support and Upgrade                       Washington; Lester         DC; PA

  $800,000              Range Scrap Disposal, Hawthorne Army Depot                             Hawthorne; Philadelphia    NV; PA

 $1,600,000             MacDill AFB Online Technology Program                                  Seattle                     FL
             Research to Improve Emotional Health and Quality of Life of
$2,400,000                                                                          Tampa                        FL
             Servicemembers with Disabilities

$2,500,000   Health Informatics Initiative                                          Tampa                        FL

$1,600,000   Multi-Band Multi-Mission Radio (MBMMR)                                                              FL

             Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies to Enhance the Life of
$800,000                                                                            Tampa                        FL
             Individuals with Disabilities
$800,000     Interoperable Radios for Texas ARNG Disaster Response                                               TX
$2,000,000   Joint Incident Scene Communication Capability                                                       TX
$2,480,000   Enhanced Holographic Imager                                            Austin                       TX
$3,000,000   Compact Pulsed Power Initiative                                        Lubbock                      TX
$1,600,000   Lithium Ion Domestic Materials Development                             Pawcatuck                    CT

$2,800,000   Automated Readiness Measurement System (ARMS)                          Waterford                    CT

$2,400,000   Helicopter Vulnerability Reduction                                     East Hartford                CT

$3,440,000   Integrated Ship and Motion Control Technology                          Mystic; Malta              CT; NY

$1,600,000   Submarine Littoral Defense System                                                                   RI

                                                                                    Groton; Middletown;
$3,200,000   Undersea Launched Missile Study                                                                  CT; RI; VA
                                                                                    Arlington

             Advanced Craft Technology Demonstrators to Quantify and Mitigate
$2,000,000                                                                          San Diego                    CA
             Operator Injury
$1,600,000   Full Scale Impact and Blast Loading Laboratory Testing Program         La Jolla                     CA
$800,000     Rotary Valve Pressure Swing Absorption Oxygen Generator                San Diego                    CA
$1,600,000   Critical Language Training, SDSU                                       San Diego                    CA

$2,500,000   Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology                                                 CA

$1,200,000   Mission Critical Power System Reliability Surveys                      Raleigh; Cleveland         NC; OH

$2,800,000   Man Overboard Identification (MOBI) System                             San Diego; Indianapolis    CA; IN

$640,000     Modeling and Simulation Standards Development                          Suffolk                      VA
$1,600,000   Aerodynamic Wind Tunnel Upgrade Initiative                             Tucson                       AZ
$2,400,000   Asymmetric Threat Response and Analysis Program (ATRAP)                Tucson                       AZ
$2,000,000   Silver Fox and Manta UAS                                               Tucson                       AZ
$2,000,000   Advanced Restoration Therapies in Spinal Cord Injuries                 Baltimore                    MD
$1,600,000   ANG-Combat Communications on the Move                                  San Diego                    CA
$1,600,000   Brownout Situational Awareness Sensor                                  San Diego                    CA
$1,600,000   Communications Data Link System far Capital Ships                      San Diego                    CA
             Connectory Expansion for Rapid Identification of Technology Sources for
$400,000                                                                             El Cajon                    CA
             DoD
$800,000     High Performance Computing Capability                                  San Diego                    CA
$800,000     Hybrid Sounding Rochet Propulsion                                      Poway                        CA
$400,000     Infrared LED Free Space Optics Communications Advancement              San Diego                    CA
             Joint Integrated Systems Technology for Advanced Digital Networking
$800,000                                                                            El Cajon                     CA
             CJIST-NET)
$800,000     Leishmania Skin Test                                                   San Diego                    CA
$2,400,000   Real-Time Hyperspectral Targeting Sensor                               San Diego                    CA
$1,600,000   Southwest Border Fence                                                 Sacramento                   CA
$800,000     System for Intelligent Task Assignment and Readiness (SITAR)           San Diego                    CA
$1,600,000    Tactical E-Fleld Buoy Development                                      San Diego                 CA
$2,400,000    US Navy Cancer Vaccine Program                                                                   CA

$1,600,000    Optical Neural Techniques for Combat / Post-Trauma Healthcare          Bothell                   WA

$1,600,000    Composite Structure Design                                             Redstone Arsenal          AL
 $800,000     Deployable Space and Electronic Warfare Analysis Tools                 Colorado Springs          CO
 $800,000     Expeditionary 200 kW+ Alternative Power Generator                      Washington                DC
$10,000,000   MDIOC Modeling and Simulation                                          Schriever AFB             CO
$1,600,000    Radiation Hardened Non-Volatile Memory Technology                      Colorado Springs          CO

                                                                                     Colorado Springs;
$5,600,000    ACES 5 Ejection Seat                                                                            CO; AZ
                                                                                     Phoenix

$4,000,000    Mobile Sensor Enhancement to BMD Sensors Network                       Portsmouth                 RI
              Reduction of Weapon System Downtime Rapid Repair Structural
$2,400,000                                                                           Cranston                   RI
              Adhesives
                                                                                     NAS Whidbey Island
$2,000,000    Joint Electronic Warfare Training and Tactics Development                                        WA
                                                                                     Oak Harbor
              Improved Corrosion Protection for Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch
$2,000,000                                                                           Aston                     PA
              System (EMALS) for CVN-21 Class Carriers
 $800,000     Epidemiologic Health Survey at the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant          Iowa City                  IA
$3,200,000    Light-weight Tactical Utility Vehicles                                 Cary; Horicon            NC; WI
$2,800,000    Acid Alkaline Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Technology                                               NC
$1,200,000    Advanced Vehicle Propulsion Center                                                               CA
$2,400,000    Ground Combat Systems Electronic Enhancements                          Santa Clarita             CA
$1,600,000    Warrior Block 0 Sensor Upgrade                                         San Diego                 CA
 $800,000     Eglin AFB Range Operations Center (ROCC) Initiative                    Eglin AFB; Arlington     FL; VA
$2,800,000    FPS-16 Radar Mobilization Upgrade                                      Fort Walton Beach         FL
 $800,000     Gulf Range Mobile Instrumentation Capability                           Manassas                  VA
$1,200,000    Joint Gulf Range Complex Upgrade                                       Fort Walton Beach         FL

$4,400,000    Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures for AFSOC AC/MC-130 Aircraft Crestview                   FL

                                                                                     San Diego; Fort Walton
$2,000,000    Moving Target Strike                                                                            CA; FL
                                                                                     Beach
$3,000,000    Defense Materials Technology Center                                    Canton                    OH
 $800,000     Corrosion Engineering Education Initiative                             Akron                     OH
$1,200,000    Biosurety Development and Management Program                           El Paso                   TX
              Miniaturized Sensors for Small and Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
$1,200,000                                                                           El Paso                   TX
              (MINISENS)
$2,400,000    Operational/Technical Training Validation Testbed                      El Paso                   TX
              United States Army Sergeants Major Academy Lecture Center Audio-
 $520,000                                                                            Fort Bliss                TX
              Visual expansion and upgrade
$2,400,000    Life Support for Trauma and Transport (LSTAT)                          Signal Hill               CA
$1,200,000    Mobile Optical Tracking System (MOTS) All Sky Imager (MASI)            San Diego; Honolulu      CA; HI
              Enhanced Military Vehicle Maintenance System Demonstration Project
$1,600,000                                                                           Beavercreek               AL
              with Anniston Army Depot and Auburn University
$2,000,000    Next Generation Tactical Environmental Clothing for AFSOC              Alexander City            AL
$1,600,000    Novel Zinc Air Power Sources for Military Applications                 Auburn                    AL
$3,200,000    Laser Collective Combat Advanced Training System                       Hanover                   MD
 $800,000     Military Trauma Training Program                                       Baltimore                 MD
$1,600,000    Mobile Diabetes Management                                             Baltimore                 MD
$1,600,000    Feeding Tube for Battlefield Trauma Patients (Phase II)                Youngstown                OH
$3,000,000   Helmets to Hardhats                                                 Washington      DC
$3,200,000   High Altitude Airship                                               Akron           OH
$1,600,000   Liquid Crystal Laser Eye Protection                                 Kent            OH
$3,720,000   Combat Skills Simulation Systems, Ohio Army National Guard          Columbus        OH
$1,600,000   Alternative Energy Fuel Cell Power                                  Columbus        OH
$1,600,000   Covert Robust Location Aware Wireless Network                       Anaheim         CA
$2,000,000   Distributed Network Switching                                       Santa Ana       CA
$2,000,000   Force Protection Surveillance System                                Anaheim Hills   CA

$2,800,000   Military Photomedicine Program                                      Arlington       VA

$1,600,000   Expeditionary Persistent Power (USSOCOM)                            Alum Bank       PA
$800,000     Fire Support Technology Improvement Program                         Bedford         PA
$800,000     Hospital Emergency Planning and Integration (HEPI)                  Ebensburg       PA
$800,000     Maritime C4ISR System                                               Alum Bank       PA
             Rural Health (CERMUSA) (Note: To serve remote and rural military
$2,400,000                                                                       Loretto         PA
             retiree populations)
$200,000     Madigan Army Medical Center Digital Pen                             Seattle         WA
$2,000,000   Stryker Situation Awareness Soldier Protection Package                              MA

$2,800,000   Advance Casting and Coating Technologies for Aircraft Canopies      Barberton       OH

$960,000     Intensive Quenching for Advanced Weapon Systems                     Akron           OH
$1,600,000   Integrated Vehicle Health Monitoring System                         Littleton       MA
$1,600,000   Torpedo Composite Homing Array                                      Littleton       MA
$1,600,000   Integrated Electrical Starter/Generator (IES/G)                     Dayton          OH

$800,000     Nano-Composite Structures Manufacturing Technology Development      Dayton          OH

$1,600,000   Production of Nanocomposites for Aerospace Applications             Dayton          OH
$1,120,000   FEL Capabilities for Aerospace Microfabrication                     Newport News    VA

$2,400,000   High Power Free Electron Laser Development for Naval Applications   Newport News    VA
                                                             House Requesting
      Bill                      Subsection
              Bill Section Bill Project Heading (Defense Bill Only)                   House Party House State
                                                                 Member(s)

Defense      RDTE           Army                      Akin                            R            MO
Defense      RDTE           Army                      Akin                            R            MO
Defense      RDTE           Navy                      Akin; Clay                      R; D         MO; MO
                                                      Akin; Coble; Graves;
Defense      RDTE           Marine Corps                                                          MO;
                                                      Kucinich; Ryan, Tim; Sutton; R; R; R; D; D; D; D NC; MO; OH; OH; OH; VT
                                                      Welch
Defense      RDTE           Army                      Akin; Hulshof                   R; R         MO; MO

Defense      RDTE           Army                      Andrews; Dent; Rothman          D; R; D      NJ; PA; NJ

Defense      RDTE           Army                      Andrews; LoBiondo               D; R         NJ; NJ

Defense                     Army
             Other Procurement                        Andrews; LoBiondo; Saxton       D; R; R      NJ; NJ; NJ

Defense      RDTE           Air Force                 Andrews; LoBiondo; Sestak       D; R; D      NJ; NJ; PA

Defense      RDTE           Defense Wide              Andrews; Sires                  D; D         NJ; NJ

Defense      RDTE           Army                      Bartlett                        R            MD
Defense      RDTE           Army                      Bartlett                        R            MD

Defense      RDTE           Army                      Bartlett                        R            MD

Defense      RDTE           Navy                      Bartlett                        R            MD

Defense      RDTE           Navy                      Bartlett; Courtney; Gilchrest   R; D; R      MD; CT; MD

                                                      Bartlett; Gilchrest;
Defense      RDTE           Defense Wide                                              R; R; D; D   MD; MD; MD; MD
                                                      Ruppersberger; Sarbanes
                                                      Bartlett; Herseth Sandlin;
Defense      Procurement    Defense Wide                                              R; D; D      MD; SD; MD
                                                      Ruppersberger
                                                      Bartlett; Moore, Gwen;
Defense      RDTE           Navy                                                      R; D; D      MD; OH; CT
                                                      Murphy, Christopher
                                                      Bartlett; Moran, James;
Defense      RDTE           Army                                                      R; D; D; D   MD; VA; NJ; NJ
                                                      Payne; Rothman

                                                      Bartlett; Murphy, Christopher;
Defense      RDTE           Navy                                                     R; D; D; D    MD; CT; MA; MA
                                                      Olver; Tsongas

                                                      Bartlett; Ruppersberger;
Defense      RDTE           Army                                                      R; D; D      MD; MD; MD
                                                      Sarbanes

Defense      RDTE           Air Force                 Bartlett; Sestak                R; D         MD; PA

Defense                     Air Force
             Operation and Maintenance                Bordallo                        D            GU

Defense      RDTE           Navy                      Brady, Robert                   D            PA

Defense      RDTE           Army                      Brady, Robert                   D            PA

Defense      RDTE           Army                      Brady, Robert                   D            PA

Defense      RDTE           Defense Wide              Brady, Robert                   D            PA
Defense      RDTE           Army                      Brady, Robert; English          D; R         PA; PA

Defense      RDTE           Army                      Brady, Robert; Gerlach          D; R         PA; PA

Defense                     Navy
             Operation and Maintenance                Brady, Robert; Sestak           D; R         PA; PA

Defense      RDTE           Army                      Brady, Robert; Sestak           D; R         PA; PA

Defense                     Air Force
             Operation and Maintenance                Castor                          D            FL
Defense   Defense Health Program                        Castor                        D            FL

Defense   RDTE             Army                         Castor; Putnam; Young, Bill   D; R; R      FL; FL; FL

Defense   Procurement      Defense Wide                 Castor; Souder; Young, Bill   D; R; R      FL; IN; FL

Defense   RDTE             Army                         Castor; Young, Bill           D; R         FL; FL

Defense                  Army
          Other Procurement                             Conaway                       R            TX
Defense                  Army
          Other Procurement                             Conaway                       R            TX
Defense   RDTE             Army                         Conaway; Granger              R; R         TX; TX
Defense   RDTE             Army                         Conaway; Neugebauer           R; R         TX; TX
Defense   RDTE             Air Force                    Courtney                      D            CT
                                                        Courtney; Davis, Jo Ann;
Defense   RDTE             Navy                                                       D; R; R      CT; VA; VA
                                                        Drake

Defense   RDTE             Army                         Courtney; DeLauro; Shays      D; D; R      CT; CT; CT

Defense   RDTE             Navy                         Courtney; Gillibrand          D; D         CT; NY

                                                        Courtney; Kennedy, Patrick;
Defense   RDTE             Navy                                                       D; D; D      CT; RI; RI
                                                        Langevin

                                                        Courtney; Kennedy, Patrick;
Defense   RDTE             Navy                                                       D; D; D; D   CT; RI; RI; VA
                                                        Langevin; Scott, Bobby

Defense   RDTE             Defense Wide                 Davis, Susan                  D            CA

Defense   RDTE             Defense Wide                 Davis, Susan                  D            CA
Defense   RDTE             Army                         Davis, Susan                  D            CA
Defense                  Defense Wide
          Operation and Maintenance                     Davis, Susan; Filner          D; D         CA; CA

Defense   RDTE             Navy                         Davis, Susan; Lewis, Jerry    D; R         CA; CA

Defense                  Air Force
          Operation and Maintenance                     Davis, Susan; Price, David    D; D         CA; NC

Defense                  Navy
          Other Procurement                             Davis, Susan; Visclosky       D; D         CA; IN

Defense   RDTE             Defense Wide                 Forbes                        R            VA
Defense   RDTE             Air Force                    Giffords                      D            AZ
Defense   RDTE             Army                         Giffords                      D            AZ
Defense   RDTE             Army                         Giffords                      D            AZ
Defense   RDTE             Army                         Hoyer; Ruppersberger          D; D         MD; MD
Defense                  Air
          Other Procurement Force                       Hunter                        R            CA
Defense   RDTE             Army                         Hunter                        R            CA
Defense                  Navy
          Other Procurement                             Hunter                        R            CA

Defense   RDTE             Defense Wide                 Hunter                        R            CA

Defense                  Navy
          Other Procurement                             Hunter                        R            CA
Defense   RDTE             Air Force                    Hunter                        R            CA
Defense   RDTE             Navy                         Hunter                        R            CA

Defense   RDTE             Navy                         Hunter                        R            CA

Defense   RDTE             Army                         Hunter                        R            CA
Defense   RDTE             Navy                         Hunter                        R            CA
Defense   Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activity   Hunter                        R            CA
Defense   RDTE             Navy                         Hunter                        R            CA
Defense   RDTE           Navy           Hunter                      R         CA
Defense   RDTE           Navy           Hunter; Jones, Walter       R; R      CA; NC
                                        Inslee; McDermott; Smith,
Defense   RDTE           Army                                       D; D; D   WA; WA; WA
                                        Adam
Defense   RDTE           Army           Johnson, Hank               D         GA
Defense   RDTE           Army           Lamborn                     R         CO
Defense   RDTE           Air Force      Lamborn                     R         CO
Defense   RDTE           Defense Wide   Lamborn                     R         CO
Defense   RDTE           Air Force      Lamborn                     R         CO


Defense   RDTE           Air Force      Lamborn; Pastor             R; D      CO; AZ


Defense   RDTE           Defense Wide   Langevin                    D         RI

Defense   RDTE           Navy           Langevin                    D         RI

Defense                  Navy
          Operation and Maintenance     Larsen                      D         WA

                                        LoBiondo; Sestak; Smith,
Defense   RDTE           Navy                                       R; D; R   NJ; PA; NJ
                                        Christopher
Defense   Defense Health Program        Loebsack                    D         IA
Defense                  Army
          Operation and Maintenance     McIntyre; Petri             D; R      NC; WI
Defense   RDTE           Army           McIntyre; Price, David      D; D      NC; NC
Defense   RDTE           Air Force      McKeon                      R         CA
Defense   RDTE           Army           McKeon                      R         CA
Defense                  Army
          Other Procurement             McKeon                      R         CA
Defense   RDTE           Air Force      Miller, Jeff                R         FL
Defense   RDTE           Air Force      Miller, Jeff                R         FL
Defense   RDTE           Defense Wide   Miller, Jeff                R         FL
Defense   RDTE           Defense Wide   Miller, Jeff                R         FL

Defense   RDTE           Air Force      Miller, Jeff                R         FL

Defense   RDTE           Air Force      Miller, Jeff                R         FL

Defense   RDTE           Army           Regula; Ryan, Tim           R; D      OH; OH
Defense   RDTE           Defense Wide   Regula; Ryan, Tim; Sutton   R; D      OH; OH
Defense   RDTE           Defense Wide   Reyes                       D         TX

Defense   RDTE           Army           Reyes                       D         TX

Defense                  Army
          Operation and Maintenance     Reyes                       D         TX

Defense                  Army
          Operation and Maintenance     Reyes                       D         TX

Defense                  Army
          Other Procurement             Reyes; Richardson           D; D      TX; CA
Defense   RDTE           Army           Reyes; Rodriguez            D; D      TX; TX

Defense   RDTE           Army           Rogers, Mike (AL)           R         AL

Defense   RDTE           Air Force      Rogers, Mike (AL)           R         AL
Defense   RDTE           Army           Rogers, Mike (AL)           R         AL
Defense                  Army
          Other Procurement             Ruppersberger               D         MD
Defense   Defense Health Program        Ruppersberger               D         MD
Defense   Defense Health Program        Ruppersberger; Sarbanes     D; D      MD; MD
Defense   RDTE           Army           Ryan, Tim                   D         OH
Defense   General Provisions             Ryan, Tim           D      OH
Defense   RDTE            Army           Ryan, Tim           D      OH
Defense   RDTE            Air Force      Ryan, Tim           D      OH
Defense                  Army
          Other Procurement              Ryan, Tim; Space    D; D   OH; OH
Defense   RDTE            Air Force      Ryan, Tim; Sutton   D; D   OH; OH
Defense   RDTE            Navy           Sanchez, Loretta    D      CA
Defense   RDTE            Defense Wide   Sanchez, Loretta    D      CA
Defense                  Air
          Other Procurement Force        Sanchez, Loretta    D      CA

Defense   RDTE            Army           Sanchez, Loretta    D      CA

Defense   RDTE            Defense Wide   Shuster             R      PA
Defense   RDTE            Army           Shuster             R      PA
Defense   RDTE            Army           Shuster             R      PA
Defense   RDTE            Army           Shuster             R      PA

Defense   RDTE            Army           Shuster             R      PA

Defense   Defense Health Program         Smith, Adam         D      WA
Defense                  Army
          Operation and Maintenance      Smith, Adam         D      WA

Defense   RDTE            Air Force      Sutton              D      OH

Defense   RDTE            Army           Sutton              D      OH
Defense   RDTE            Army           Tsongas             D      MA
Defense   RDTE            Navy           Tsongas             D      MA
Defense   RDTE            Air Force      Turner              R      OH

Defense   RDTE            Air Force      Turner              R      OH

Defense   RDTE            Air Force      Turner              R      OH
Defense   RDTE            Air Force      Wittman             R      VA

Defense   RDTE            Navy           Wittman             R      VA
 Senate Requesting                                           Presidential                 Intended Recipient or
                          Senate Party        Senate State                  Undisclosed
    Member(s)                                                 Earmarks                          Location

Bond                  R                  MO




Dole; Leahy           R; D               NC; VT

Bond                  R                  MO
Lautenberg; Menendez;
                      D; D; R            NJ; NJ; PA
Specter
Casey; Lautenberg;
                      D; D; D            PA; NJ; NJ
Menendez




Lautenberg; Menendez D; D                NJ; NJ

Byrd                  D                  WV
Cardin; Mikulski      D; D               MD; MD

Mikulski              D                  MD

Mikulski              D                  MD

Dodd; Lieberman       D; I               CT; CT

Cardin; Mikulski      D; D               MD; MD

Mikulski              D                  MD

Dodd; Lieberman       D; I               CT; CT

Bayh; Lautenberg;
                      D; D; D; R         IN; NJ; NJ; PA
Menendez; Specter

Dodd; Kennedy, Ted;
                      D; D; D; I         CT; MA; WI; CT
Kohl; Lieberman

Cardin; Mikulski      D; D               MD; MD




Casey; Specter        D; R               PA; PA




Casey                 D                  PA




Specter               R                  PA
Cornyn                 R            TX
Hutchison              R            TX
Dodd                   D            CT

Warner, John; Webb     R; D         VA; VA

Dodd; Lieberman        D; I         CT; CT

Dodd; Lieberman;
                       D; I; D      CT; CT; NY
Schumer

Reed                   D            RI


Dodd; Lieberman; Reed D; I; D       CT; CT; RI




Boxer                  D            CA




Shelby; Specter;
                       R; R; R      AL; PA; OH
Voinovich
Akaka; Bayh; Warner,
                       D; D; R; D   HI; IN; VA; VA
John; Webb




Cardin; Mikulski       D; D         MD; MD




Gregg; Sununu          R; R         NH; NH
Landrieu; Vitter         D; R                  LA; LA

Cantwell; Murray         D; D                  WA; WA



Casey                    D                     PA


Allard; Salazar, Ken     R; D                  CO; CO
Salazar, Ken             D                     CO
Allard; Bennett, Robert;
Cochran; Dodd;
                         R; R; R; D; I; D; R   CO; UT; MS; CT; CT; CO; MS
Lieberman; Salazar,
Ken; Wicker
Kennedy, Ted; Vitter     D; R                  MA; LA

Reed; Whitehouse         D                     RI

Murray                   D                     WA



Harkin                   D                     IA




Martinez; Nelson, Bill   R; D                  FL; FL



Brown, Sherrod           D                     OH




Shelby                   R                     AL



Shelby                   R                     AL
Reed                     D                     RI


Cardin                   D                     MD
Clinton                 D         NY
Brown, Sherrod          D         OH




Brown, Sherrod          D         OH


Boxer                   D         CA


Boxer; Dole; Kennedy,
                        D; R; D   CA; NC; MA
Ted




Casey                   D         PA




Specter                 R         PA

Schumer                 D         NY
Kennedy, Ted            D         MA
Kerry                   D         MA
Voinovich               R         OH

Brown, Sherrod          D         OH

Voinovich               R         OH



Warner, John; Webb      R; D      VA; VA
Notes
Lawmaker          Amendment(S)Synopsis            Press Release 1
Critz, Mark       DOMA, DODT

Griffin, Tim      Editorial - cut defense waste

                  DOMA, DODT, amphibious
Akin, Todd        vehicle                         release on DOMA


Courtney, Joe     JSF editorial,
                                                  http://hartzler.house.gov/press-
                                                  release/congresswoman-hartzler-secures-
                  MILCON, Air Force bombers,      prominent-role-flw-and-whiteman-afb-
Hartzler, Vicky   DOMA                            protecting-national
                                                  http://adamsmith.house.gov/News/DocumentSi
Smith, Adam       Stmt on passage                 ngle.aspx?DocumentID=240940


                  Securing $189M, Cut $50M to     http://palazzo.house.gov/press-release/palazzo-
Palazzo, Steven   assault ship                    secures-189-million-national-defense-priorities

                                                  http://langevin.house.gov/news/press-
                                                  releases/2011/05/langevin-opening-remarks-at-
                  Opening remarks at NDAA         ndaa-markup-address-cybersecurity-and-special-
Langevin, Jim     markup                          operations-forces.shtml
                  Opening remarks at NDAA         http://mckeon.house.gov/this_in_detail.aspx?N
McKeon, Buck      markup                          ewsID=1937


                                                  http://runyan.house.gov/press-release/runyan-
                  Defense priorities, $49M        announces-passage-important-defense-
Runyan, Jon       MILCON                          priorities-house-armed-services-committee

Rogers, Mike      Defense of Abrams


West, Allen       DADT




Andrews, Rob      Pay disparity & contracting
                  Funding for Air Force Base
                  Infrastructure, Health Care     http://castor.house.gov/News/DocumentSingle.
Castor, Kathy     Research                        aspx?DocumentID=241031
Roby, Martha
                                                          http://tsongas.house.gov/index.cfm?sectionid=
                                                          49&parentid=123&sectiontree=123,49&itemid=
Tsongas, Niki          Sexual assault, body armor         506
                       Boeing contract (sep. from         http://www.house.gov/apps/list/press/nj02_lob
LoBiondo, Frank        auth?),                            iondo/051211.html
Young, Todd

                       Amendments include better
                       prioritizing of resources and      http://gibson.house.gov/News/DocumentSingle.
Gibson, Chris          support for nanotechnology         aspx?DocumentID=240912
Owens, William

                       Support and strengthen the         http://schilling.house.gov/press-release/house-
                       Rock Island Arsenal, co-           armed-services-committee-approves-fy12-
Loebsack, David        payments                           national-defense-authorization-act

                                                       http://shuster.house.gov/index.cfm?sectionid=4
Shuster, Bill          Land acquisition - Army Reserve 9&parentid=6&sectiontree=6,49&itemid=204
                       Corrosion and Materials         http://sutton.house.gov/news/story.cfm?id=43
Sutton, Betty          Performance (May 9)             5

                                                          http://mcintyre.house.gov/index.php?option=c
                                                          om_content&view=article&id=457:mcintyre-
                                                          announces-1085-billion-for-nc-military-
                       $1 Billion NC Military             construction-projects&catid=1:2010-press-
McIntyre, Mike         Construction Projects              releases&Itemid=26
Brady, Robert

                                                          http://dutch.house.gov/2011/05/ruppersberger-
                                                          announces-legislation-to-help-maryland-
Ruppersberger, Dutch   National Guard visits,             national-guard-members-visit-family.shtml
                                                          http://lamborn.house.gov/index.cfm?sectionid=
                                                          150&parentid=22&sectiontree=21,22,150&item
Lamborn, Doug          MILCON, satellites, BMD            id=807
Heinrich, Martin

Johnson, Hank          DADT




Sanchez, Loretta       GMD Missile Defense
Ryan, Tim
                       Sexual assault, testing of blast
                       structures, insurance coverage     http://www.house.gov/susandavis/press/pr051
Davis, Susan           of abortion care                   211.shtml
Hanabusa, Colleen
                                                        http://rooney.house.gov/index.php?option=co
                                                        m_content&task=view&id=3223&Itemid=30007
Rooney, Thomas        Health research, Stmt             8
Franks, Trent

                                                        http://schilling.house.gov/press-
                      Rock Island Arsenal, Stmt,        release/schilling-loebsack-win-provisions-
Schilling, Bobby      Spending                          protect-create-jobs-rock-island-arsenal

                      DADT, protection of memorials, http://hunter.house.gov/index.php?option=com
Hunter, Duncan        $19M in defense projects       _content&task=view&id=364&Itemid=60




Bartlett, Roscoe      F-136, M-1
Kissell, Larry




                                                        http://www.house.gov/list/press/gu00_bordallo
Bordallo, Madeleine   MILCON, Stmt, Infrastructure      /hascndaa2012.html

                                                        http://reyes.house.gov/News/DocumentSingle.a
Reyes, Silvestre      Pre-passage funding, DOMA         spx?DocumentID=241025

                      Base operating services, naval,   http://forbes.house.gov/News/DocumentSingle.
Forbes, J. Randy      and shipbuilding, realignment     aspx?DocumentID=241018

                      Missile Defense, Redstone         http://brooks.house.gov/press-release/5122011-
                      Arsenal, Defense Access Roads     congressman-brooks-announces-boost-missile-
Brooks, Mo            Program                           defense-more-jobs-tennessee-valley
                      $10 million in improving          http://pingree.house.gov/2011/05/funding-
                      structural shops at yard, Navy    efficiency-improvements-at-portsmouth-naval-
Pingree, Chellie      commissary                        shipyard.shtml

                      Stmt, Arlington Amendment,        http://www.wittman.house.gov/index.php?opti
                      Shipbuilding, Defense Access      on=com_content&task=view&id=569&Itemid=7
Wittman, Rob          Road, Carrier move                5
                                                        http://garamendi.house.gov/2011/05/congress
                                                        man-garamendi-sole-vote-against-defense-bill-
                                                        because-of-afghanistan-war-dont-ask-dont-tell-
Garamendi, John       Stmt,                             w.shtml
Conaway, K. Michael
                      Enterprise Logistics System
                      Program, GPS, AFIT, AFRL, UAV, http://turner.house.gov/News/DocumentSingle.
Turner, Michael       Lima Tank Plant                aspx?DocumentID=242721
                       Urban Area Security Initiative,   http://heck.house.gov/press-release/fusion-
Heck, Joe              Satellites, GMD                   center-critical-nevadas-safety

                                                         http://jeffmiller.house.gov/news/email/show.as
Miller, Jeff           DADT, Mayport funding             px?ID=L3L3RXUSQQLJQHT2J3JQEDNQEE

Cooper, Jim            JSF




Coffman, Mike          Rare earth elements,
                       Notify Congress new nuclear
Fleming, John          strategy
                                                         http://www.house.gov/apps/list/press/pa19_pl
Platts, Todd Russell   Brain injury                      atts/TBIGiffords.shtml

                       Transition US troops out of
Jones, Walter          Afghanistan, limit section 1034

                       block a small increase in Tricare
Wilson, Joe            Prime enrollment fees
                       Funding for Projects at Pantex,
                       Bell Helicopter in Defense Bill, http://www.thornberry.house.gov/News/Docu
Thornberry, Mac        Stmt, B-1                         mentSingle.aspx?DocumentID=241082
Press Release 2   Press Release 3
http://rooney.house.gov/index.php?option=com_con
tent&task=view&id=3222&Itemid=300078


http://schilling.house.gov/press-release/house-armed-
services-committee-approves-fy12-national-defense-
authorization-act

http://hunter.house.gov/index.php?option=com_cont
ent&task=view&id=363&Itemid=60




http://forbes.house.gov/News/DocumentSingle.aspx? http://forbes.house.gov/News/DocumentSingle.aspx?
DocumentID=241020                                 DocumentID=241015




http://www.wittman.house.gov/index.php?option=co
m_content&task=view&id=572&Itemid=100015




http://turner.house.gov/News/DocumentSingle.aspx? http://turner.house.gov/News/DocumentSingle.aspx?
DocumentID=241388                                 DocumentID=241356
http://www.thornberry.house.gov/News/DocumentSi
ngle.aspx?DocumentID=241084
Press Release 4   Media 1
                  http://www.metroweekly.com/news/?ak=6250
                  http://arkansasleader.blogspot.com/2011/05/editorial-
                  cut-defense-waste.html

                  http://www.blankromegr.com/index.cfm?contentID=37
                  &itemID=385

                  http://www.rollcall.com/features/Defense-2011_Policy-
                  Briefing/policy_briefings/-205822-1.html


                  http://www.pulaskicountydaily.com/news.php?viewStor
                  y=2723




                  https://slabbed.wordpress.com/2011/05/14/palazzo-
                  cuts-50-million-from-pascagoula-ship-project-cuts-could-
                  jeopardize-huntington-ingalls-contract/




                  http://www.phillyburbs.com/news/local/burlington_cou
                  nty_times_news/runyan-addresses-pay-disparity-on-
                  joint-base-with-defense-authorization/article_932c4efa-
                  7cc0-11e0-8e9c-0019bb30f31a.html
                  http://www.dailytribune.com/articles/2011/05/13/new
                  s/doc4dcd23efe91e4699952427.txt

                  http://www.airforcetimes.com/news/2011/05/military-
                  house-panel-dont-ask-dont-tell-repeal-051211/

                  http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/afge-
                  commends-passage-of-the-sarbanes-amendment-to-fy-
                  2011-national-defense-authorization-act-95126649.html
http://www.navytimes.com/news/2011/05/military-
sexual-abuse-victims-protection-051911w/




http://www.adirondackdailyenterprise.com/page/blogs.
detail/display/1322/Defense-bill-contains-Gibson-
amendments.html




http://qctimes.com/business/article_b2bc07f0-7d0c-
11e0-a2f9-001cc4c03286.html




http://business.blogs.starnewsonline.com/14597/752-
million-in-military-business-up-for-grabs/




http://coloradoindependent.com/88473/lamborn-touts-
vote-to-spend-690-billion-on-military-this-year

http://www.congress.org/news/2011/05/12/defense_bi
ll_passes_committee

http://thehill.com/news-by-subject/defense-homeland-
security/160729-after-heated-partisan-debate-house-
panel-adds-100-million-to-missile-program


http://www.sdcitybeat.com/sandiego/print-blog-333-
print.html
                                                   http://dispatchpolitics.com/live/content/national_world
                                                   /stories/2011/05/24/earmark-foes-spend-on-
                                                   defense.html?sid=101

                                                   http://www.sdcitybeat.com/sandiego/blog-333-rep-
                                                   hunter-introduces-$19m-in-defense-projects.html




                                                   http://www.wbur.org/npr/136328609/republicans-
                                                   ready-to-cut-everything-just-not-the-pentagon

                                                   http://www.pacificnewscenter.com/index.php?option=c
                                                   om_content&view=article&id=14065:bordallo-ndaa-
                                                   clears-full-committee-367m-for-guam-military-
                                                   construction-33m-for-guam-
                                                   infrastructure&catid=45:guam-news&Itemid=156
                                                   http://www.favstocks.com/house-committee-including-
                                                   four-democrats-vote-to-enshrine-doma-in-defense-
                                                   law/1256819/

                                                   http://hamptonroads.com/2011/05/forbes-pushes-back-
                                                   mayport-move

                                                   http://www.defensecommunities.org/headlines/defens
                                                   e-roads-program-would-gain-line-item-under-policy-
                                                   bill/#
                                                   http://www.boston.com/news/local/maine/articles/201
                                                   1/05/13/portsmouth_shipyard_in_maine_could_get_up
                                                   grades/

                                                   http://www.whsv.com/news/headlines/McDonnell_Co
                                                   mments_on_Cut_Funding_for_Aircraft_Carrier_Move_1
                                                   21793544.html




http://turner.house.gov/News/DocumentSingle.aspx? http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/budget-cuts-army-plan-
DocumentID=239762                                 halt-abrams-tank-production/story?id=13582237
http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2011/may/10/joe-
hecks-national-security-role-finds-new-urgency/

http://www.defensecommunities.org/headlines/florida-
delegation-fails-to-restore-mayport-funding/#

http://m.npr.org/news/Business/136328609?page=2


http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2011/05/19/eyeing-
china-rep-coffman-seeks-rare-earth-inventory/
http://www.globalsecuritynewswire.org/siteservices/pri
nt_friendly.php?ID=nw_20110512_6609




http://www.justforeignpolicy.org/blog/ndaa2012-
updates

http://www.islandpacket.com/2011/05/12/1652425/bu
dgetary-crisis-dims-personnel.html
http://www.helihub.com/2011/05/13/us-fy2012-
defense-policy-includes-3-01-billion-for-v-22-1-18-billon-
for-other-bell-programs/
Media 2                                              Media 3




http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/lawmakers_
moving_to_block_defense_cuts/2011/05/05/AFRnd6SG
_story.html?wprss=rss_politics




http://www.opencongress.org/articles/view/2297-      http://erlc.com/article/house-committee-stands-for-
Defense-Bill-Larded-Up-With-Earmarks-                dont-ask-dont-tell-doma/




http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/43019779/ns/local_ne
ws-delaware_valley_pa_nj/t/bill-would-correct-pay-
disparity-base-workers/
                                                         http://blog.timesunion.com/capitol/archives/67164/r
http://www.timesunion.com/business/article/Federal-      ep-chris-gibson-adds-several-amendments-to-
nano-center-sought-1377455.php                           committee-approved-defense-funding-bill/




http://www.timesrecord.com/articles/2011/05/13/feat
ures/doc4dcd7730a3daa362459276.txt




http://triangle.news14.com/content/military/640926/fu
nds-on-the-way-for-nc-military-construction-projects




http://csis.org/blog/partisan-brawling-over-new-start-
house-armed-services-committee




http://www.aclu.org/reproductive-freedom/house-fails-
reverse-ban-abortion-coverage-military-women-who-
are-raped
http://news.mywebpal.com/news_tool_v2.cfm?pnpID=
469&show=localnews&NewsID=999949&CategoryID=20
359




http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/jsp_includes/articleP
rint.jsp?headLine=Defense%20Cuts%20Mean%20Tough
%20Choices:%20Gates&storyID=news/awx/2011/05/13/ http://www.hometownstations.com/Global/story.asp
awx_05_13_2011_p0-322407.xml                         ?S=14629532




http://www.guampdn.com/article/20110513/NEWS01/
105130306/Buildup-bill-passes-House




http://www.defensecommunities.org/headlines/forbes
%E2%80%99-amendment-would-require-notice-before-
major-realignments/#




http://www.pressherald.com/news/commissary-
brunswick-navel-air-station-open.html
http://www.wandactioncenter.org/2011/05/20/national-
defense-authorization-act-for-fiscal-year-2012-mark-up/




http://www.mining.com/2011/05/13/united-states-            http://money.msn.com/business-
magnetic-materials-association-defense-bill-calls-for-a-   news/article.aspx?feed=BW&Date=20110513&ID=136
competitive-multi-source-rare-earth-inventory-plan/        28481




http://news.firedoglake.com/2011/05/24/obama-
administration-threatens-veto-of-defense-bill-over-
redefinition-of-aumf/




http://m.timesrecordnews.com/news/2011/may/12/th
ornberry-b-1-plays-critical-role/

				
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