Department of the Navy FY 1995 Budget Estimates. Data Book Submitted to Congress April 1994. Operation and Maintenance, Navy and Marine Corps.
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The Operation and Maintenance, Navy O and M,N appropriation finances the day-to-day costs of operating and training naval forces, including fuel, supplies, and maintenance costs of ships, Navy and Marine Corps aircraft, other related weapons systems, and the support establishment ashore for naval forces. The FY 1995 estimate of 21,227.2 million includes price growth of 1, 364.6 million. This price increase primarily results from Defense Business Operations Fund DBOF materials and supplies price changes, increased payments to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service DFAS, annualized cost of the FY 1994 locality pay increase, and other purchases inflation. The program reduction of 174.6 million includes net transfers in of 463.3 million and program decreases of 637.9 million. Significant transfers include Fleet Modernization Support from the Other Procurement, Navy appropriation and OPTEMPO funding for Counter-Narcotics from the Drug Interdiction, Defense account. Major program increases include 45.3 million for aircraft depot maintenance due to an aging aircraft inventory, 357.5 million for selected ship maintenance availabilities, and in particular the complex overhaul of the USS Eisenhower. Major program decreases reflect 677.7 million for ship and aviation force downsizing, 174.4 million for management initiatives to restructure and streamline the maintenance infrastructure, and 86.9 million Base Closure III savings.
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