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These undeniable readiness shortfalls in the military services led Secretary of Defense James N. I have been shocked by what I've seen with our readiness to fight.'' To begin to address the decline in readiness and initiate the rebuilding of the military, the bill would include more than .9 billion in additional funds for ship and aircraft depot maintenance; aviation training and readiness; and long- neglected facilities sustainment, restoration, and modernization accounts, all of which were identified as unfunded requirements by the military services. Procurement of modernized systems is key to addressing the readiness of the force. 2810 responds to numerous unfunded, yet critical, modernization requirements identified by the military services, including in the areas of air dominance, strike fighter capability gaps, rotorcraft for ground forces, Navy cruiser modernization, surface combatants, shortfalls in war reserves for critical munitions, and accelerating full spectrum capability within the Army's ground forces. Cyber Command by 16 percent, and enhances the Department's defensive and offensive cyberspace capabilities. This important and proven pilot program now merits codification and permanency to ensure continued support and care for families of Special Operations Forces.
Active Duty and Reserve personnel strengths authorized in this bill and legislation affecting compensation for military personnel determine the remaining appropriation requirements of the Department of Defense.Reforms also ensure effective and efficient use of taxpayer dollars.The bill reflects three major reform initiatives undertaken by the committee in H. 2810: (1) acquisition reform, (2) data management reform, and (3) statutory streamlining. 2810 builds on the importance of these efforts by focusing on a Military Health System that reduces costs, improves the delivery of health care services at military medical treatment facilities and enhances readiness of health professionals supporting the war fighter. 2810 includes limited clarifying and technical amendments designed to refine last year's reforms.In light of the criticality of space as a new warfighting domain, the bill would establish a space corps within the Air Force and elevate U. Resources for Warfighters and Families The committee believes that caring for the troops and their families is the essential foundation of readiness. As always, the committee's approach is guided by a determination to maintain the viability and readiness of the All-Volunteer Force while ensuring that the Government does not break faith with U. service members, retirees, their family members, and survivors. The committee remains concerned about the Islamic Republic of Iran's malign military activities, and H. 2810 would express the committee's view that the United States should counter such activities, ensure that the U. military maintains a capable posture in the Arabian Gulf to deter and respond to Iranian aggression, strengthen ballistic missile defense capabilities, ensure freedom of navigation at the Bab al Mandab Strait and the Strait of Hormuz, and counter Iranian efforts to illicitly proliferate weapons. extended deterrence commitments to Japan and the Republic of Korea and condemn any assertion that limits the right of freedom of navigation and overflight in the South China Sea. HEARINGS Committee consideration of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018 results from posture and budget-related hearings that began on February 1, 2017, and that were completed on June 12, 2017. 2810, as amended, favorably reported to the House of Representatives by a recorded vote of 60-1, a quorum being present. The title of the bill is amended to reflect the amendment to the text of the bill.The committee has also focused on the Department's efforts to deter aggression by the Russian Federation against Ukraine and other allies and partners in Europe. It would express a sense of Congress in strengthening security cooperation with allies and partners, including Japan, the Republic of Korea, Taiwan, Australia, and with regional institutions such as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. The full committee conducted 8 hearing and the 6 subcommittees conducted a total of 31 sessions during this time period. EXPLANATION OF THE COMMITTEE AMENDMENTS The committee adopted an amendment in the nature of a substitute during the consideration of H. The remainder of the report discusses the bill, as amended.
The committee supports the Department of Defense in strengthening U. military posture and capabilities in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. However, the committee strives to adhere to the recommendations as issued by the Committee on the Budget as it relates to the jurisdiction of this committee.