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PUBLIC LAW 104-201—SEPT. 23, 1996 110 STAT. 2641 (b) MATTERS RELATING TO OPERATION PROVIDE COMFORT.— Each report under subsection (a) shall include, with respect to Operation Provide Comfort, the following: (1) A detailed presentation of the projected costs to be incurred by the Department of Defense for that operation during the fiscal year in which the report is submitted and projected for the following fiscal year, together with a discussion of missions and functions expected to be performed by the Department as part of that operation during each of those fiscal years. (2) A detailed presentation of the projected costs to be incurred by other departments and agencies of the Federal Government participating in or providing support to that operation during each of those fiscal years. (3) A discussion of options being pursued to reduce the involvement of the Department of Defense in those aspects of that operation that are not directly related to the military mission of the Department of Defense. (4) A discussion of the exit strategy for United States involvement in, and support for, that operation. (5) A description of alternative approaches to accomplishing the mission of that operation that are designed to limit the scope and cost to the Department of Defense of accomplishing that mission while maintaining mission success. (6) The contributions (both in-kind and actual) by other nations to the costs of conducting that operation. (7) A detailed presentation of significant Iraqi military activity (including specific violations of the no-fly zone) determined to jeopardize the security of the Kurdish population in northern Iraq. (c) MATTERS RELATING TO OPERATION ENHANCED SOUTHERN WATCH. — Each report under subsection (a) shall include, with respect to Operation Enhanced Southern Watch, the following: (1) The expected duration and annual costs of the various elements of that operation. (2) The political and military objectives associated with that operation. (3) The contributions (both in-kind and actual) by other nations to the costs of conducting that operation. (4) A description of alternative approaches to accomplishing the mission of that operation that are designed to limit the scope and cost of accomplishing that mission while maintaining mission success. (5) A comprehensive discussion of the political and military objectives and initiatives that the Department of Defense has pursued, and intends to pursue, in order to reduce United States involvement in that operation. (6) A detailed presentation of significant Iraqi military activity (including specific violations of the no-fly zone) determined to jeopardize the security of the Shiite population by air attack in southern Iraq or to jeopardize the security of Kuwait. (d) TERMINATION OF REPORT REQUIREMENT. — The requirement under subsection (a) shall cease to apply with respect to an oper- - ation named in that subsection upon the termination of United States involvement in that operation. (e) DEFINITIONS. —For purposes of this section: