ABSTRACT

Department of Defense Legislation for Fiscal Year 2002: Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2002   [open pdf - 131KB]

This document goes over the 2002 DoD Defense Appropriations Act. President Bush signed the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2002, on 10 January 2002. The Act appropriated about $317.6 billion to the Department of Defense (DoD) for fiscal year (FY) 2002. This amount is about $19.1 billion more than Congress appropriated for FY 2001, but about $1.9 billion less than President Bush requested for FY 2002. Congress appropriated about $23.4 billion for "Military Personnel, Army." This amount is sufficient to support an active force composed of 480,000 soldiers. Congress appropriated about $19.6 billion for "Military Personnel, Navy" and about $7.3 billion for "Military Personnel, Marine Corps." This amount is sufficient to support an active force composed of 376,000 sailors and 172,600 marines. Congress appropriated about $19.8 billion for "Military Personnel, Air Force." This amount is sufficient to support an active force composed of 358,800 airmen.

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Date:
2002
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Public Domain
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Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAGCNet): www.jagcnet.army.mil
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pdf
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application/pdf
Source:
Army Lawyer (January/February 2002), p.146-164
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