Among its provisions are: * $25.8 billion to provide troops with top- of-the-line medical care, including $300 million for traumatic brain injury and psychological health. * $23.6 billion for training. * $3.6 billion to accelerate the unmanned aerial vehicle and unmanned ground vehicle programs of the Future Combat Systems. * $3 billion to improve Army barracks, military hospitals and other facilities. * $2.8 billion for family advocacy efforts, day care programs and dependents' education. * $750 million for the National Guard and Reserve to address equipment short falls. * $72 million for a new initiative to pay troops a $500 stipend for each month their term of service will be involuntarily and arbitrarily extended in 2009.