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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1987

101 STAT. 1032

PUBLIC LAW 100-180—DEC. 4, 1987

From the Trident submarine program for fiscal year 1985, ^ $19,383,000. From the Trident submarine program for fiscal year 1987, $68,060,000. From the TAK cargo ship program for fiscal year 1984, $784,000. From the SSN-688 attack submarine program for fiscal year 1987, $30,000,000. From the aircraft carrier service life extension program for ' fiscal year 1985, $48,000,000. From the battleship reactivation program for fiscal year 1984,

$5,000,000. From the CG-47 Aegis carrier program for fiscal year 1984, $6,500,000. From the CG-47 Aegis carrier program for fiscal year 1987, $52,400,000. From the LSD-41 amphibious assault ship program for fiscal J year 1985, $4,000,000. From the LSD-41 amphibious assault ship program for fiscal year 1986, $1,300,000. From the LHD-1 amphibious assault ship program for fiscal year 1986, $3,100,000. « From the TAO fleet oiler program for fiscal year 1984, ' $5,943,000. From the AOE fast combat support ship program for fiscal ^ year 1987, $1,900,000. ^ _, From the TAKE program for fiscal year 1984, $1,596,000. «.£>«i From the TAGS crane ship conversion program for fiscal year 1985, $2,009,000. From the TAGS crane ship conversion program for fiscal year 1987, $7,703,000. From the service craft program for fiscal year 1984, $10,397,000. From the service craft program for fiscal year 1986, $5,100,000. From the service craft program for fiscal year 1987, $13,900,000. From the landing craft program for fiscal year 1987, $19,000,000. From outfitting and post delivery for fiscal year 1984, $6,374,000. (d) OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY.—(1) Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for other procurement for the Navy as follows: (A) $5,321,592,000 ($5,207,103,000) for fiscal year 1988. (B) $1,082,048,000 for fiscal year 1989. '* (2) Amounts appropriated pursuant to paragraph (1) for fiscal year 1988 shall be available as follows: For the ship support equipment program, $869,716,000. For the communications and electronics equipment program, ' $1,809,417,000. For aviation support equipment, $815,315,000 ($734,815,000). For the ordnance support equipment program, $894,542,000. For programs for civil engineering support equipment, supply support equipment, and personnel/command support equipment, a total of $623,776,000 ($589,787,000). For spares and repair parts, $308,826,000. S-JIC.O.^<;.