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Mission Guidance

Operational Context

Fiscal Context

Balancing

Mission Guidance

Fiscal Context

Operational Context

Balancing
Focused Investments
Hard Choices
Innovation and Reform
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The Foundation Guidance


National

Security; Defense;
and Military
Military Strategies
Strategies
and

DoD

Strategic Guidance
Quad. Defense Rvw

SECNAV
People; Platforms
Power; Partnerships

CNO

Design for
Maintaining
Maritime Superiority

CMC

Advance
To Contact

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Executing the Guidance the Navy and Marine Corps Today


Options to the Nation

Russia
14 Ships

Ukraine
North Korea

Refugees
Syria

Libya

ISIL

SPMAGTF
-CR-AF

Cyber Attacks

SPMAGTFCR-CC

AQAP

Boko Haram
Al-Shabab

China

Iran Taliban

1 CVN
1 ARG/MEU

50 Ships

24 Ships

Piracy

183 Ships

1 CVN

Spratly Islands
Subi Reef

1 CVN
1 ARG/MEU

1 Ship

Personnel
Average Ship count
Legend
Crossroads
Naval Presence

Total:
Deployed:

Today / FY17/ FY21


272 / 287 / 308
94 / 108 / 118

Sailors deployed afloat


35,564
Sailors forward deployed 32,624
Marines deployed afloat
4,570
Marines forward deployed 30,732 3
4

as of 1 Feb 2016

Executing the Guidance Operational Trends


Fleet Size vs Deployed Ships / Avg. Deployment Length
500

250

450

400

200

350
300

150

Ships

167 Days
250

Fleet Size
272 Ships

200

100

150
100
50

Deploymeny Length (Days)

217 Days

454 Ships

50

108 Ships, FY94


24% of Battle Force

Globally Deployed Ships

94 Ships, FY15
35% of Battle Force

Ships Deployed

Total Battle Force

Avg Deployment Length

Executing the Guidance Operational Trends


CY 13 Operational Employment

CY 14 Operational Employment

CY 15 Operational Employment

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*Planned deployments historically address 45% of COCOM demand

Planned Deployments

Executing the Guidance An Evolving World

IRAN
ISIL

CHINA

DPRK

RUSSIA

Accelerating change
Submarine
Fiber Optic
Cable
Blume, Andrew,
Undersea Cables.
Fortune Magazine, 2012

Maritime System
Global Information System
Rate of Technological Creation and Adoption
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Executing the Guidance An Evolving World

Nuclear Vacuum, Frank Bennett,


Aivazorsky, Darwinek, Yo/ Wikimedia
Commons/ CC-BY-SA-3.0

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DON Annual Budget in CY$ - Budget Trends


171

Billions of Dollars

167

166.8

166.6
165.3

PB14

163.5

163

159.9
159.5

158.5

159

156.8
155

158.9
157.4

158.2

PB16
152.8

152.2

PB17

152.9

PB14

151

PB15
147

PB15

150.0

PB16
PB17

FY 2016 Constant year Dollars

FY12

FY13

156.4

155.7

FY14

FY15

FY16

FY17

FY18

FY19

FY20

FY21
98

Balancing Overview

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10

Military Personnel - Navy


Aligns with force structure
Active Personnel Strength
Reserve Personnel Strength
o FY17 Reserve end strength 58.0K

o FY17 Active end strength 322.9K

o Retain HSC-85 and establish two Tactical Support Units

Fit / Fill funded at 92% / 95%


o Sailor 2025 Ready, Relevant Learning funded
Active enlisted end strength reduced 6.6K across the FYDP
o Reflects deactivation of 10th air wing
o Funds HM wholeness; security forces

MPN
329.2

330.0
320.0

327.9

327.3

326.5

322.9

328.2

329.8

58.5

330.0

ES (K)

ES (K)

340.0

RPN

59.0

322.2

324.4

323.6

323.1

310.0

58.0

58.0

57.4

57.5
57.0

57.4

58.9

58.9

58.9

58.9

58.9

58.9

FY 18

FY 19

FY 20

58.9

58.0

57.4

56.5
FY 15

FY 16

FY 17
PB16

FY 18
PB17

FY 19

FY 20

FY 21

FY 15

FY 16

FY 17
PB16

FY 21

PB17

10
11

10

Military Personnel Marine Corps


Focused on forward presence and crisis response
Active Personnel Strength

Reserve Personnel Strength

Achieves 182K one-year prior than PB16 end strength plan

FY17 Reserve end strength 38.5K

Funds to 182K Active End Strength across FYDP

Ready, relevant, responsive force

Strength meets steady state forward presence and crisis


response requirements around the globe

Seamlessly operates as a part of the total force

1:2 deployment-to-dwell ratio

Major combat operations will drive risk in Deter/Deny

MPMC

200.0

39.2

185.0
180.0

183.5 184.0
182.0

182.0
182.0

182.0
182.0

182.0

182.0

182.0

182.0

182.0

ES (K)

ES (K)

195.0
190.0

RPMC

39.4
39.0

38.9

38.8

38.9
38.9

38.6
38.4

175.0

38.2

170.0
FY 15

FY 16

FY 17
PB16

FY 18
PB17

FY 19

FY 20

FY 21

38.5

38.5

38.5

38.5

38.5

38.5

38.5

FY 17

FY 18

FY 19

38.5

38.5

38.0
FY 15

FY 16

PB16

FY 20

FY 21

PB17

11
12

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Civilian Personnel
FTE
250,000
200,000

FY15
198,642
23,405

FY16
201,496

FY17

203,317
21,755

21,737

150,000
100,000

Highlights
Ship Maintenance: Growth at Regional Maintenance
Centers, SURFMEPP, in Japan, and at public shipyards
to address maintenance backlogs.
NWCF: FTE added to address increased flight hours
and corrosion issues on existing aircraft.
Installation Security: Guards added to counter
increased risk at installations.

175,237

181,562

179,759

50,000

Headquarters: Previous reduction increased to 25


percent of funding; will be fully realized by FY20.
Overall FYDP: Decline of 2,750 FTE from FY17 to FY21.

0
FY15

FY16

Marine Corps

Total DON FTE

FY15

FY17
Navy

FY16

FY17

118,230
1,787
81,479

120,409
1,783
81,125

FTE by Appropriation/Fund

116,076
Other (FHOPS/RDTEN)
1,532
WCF
81,034
O&M

FYDP FTE* Profile:


*FTE=Full Time Equivalent

Scientists

FY17
FY18
FY19
FY20
FY21
203,317 201,818 201,503 200,982 200,567
12
13

Shipyard Workers

12

Operations & Readiness


($B)

Ship Operations

Flying Hour Operations

Marine Corps Readiness

58 days/qtr deployed
24 days/qtr non-deployed

Deployed T-Rating
Navy 2.0 / Marine Corps 2.0

Operating Forces

6.0
4.5

1.0
1.2

3.8

1.4

6.0

1.4

1.1

3.0
1.5

($B)
8.0

3.8

3.5

0.0

4.0

6.5

5.8

2.0

FY16

FY17

Ship Depot Maintenance


100% of projected maintenance
funded
($B)
7.5
2.9

2.9

2.9

FY16

4.9

4.9

5.2

FY17

85% of projected maintenance


funded
0.3

0.1

0.5

0.2

($B)
0.7

FY15

FY16

FY17

0.5

1.4

1.5

1.7

0.7

0.7

0.7

FY15

FY16

FY17

79% of maintenance
funded in FY17

0.4
0.2

0.3

0.2

0.2

0.0

0.2

0.2

0.2

FY15

FY16

FY17
13
14

FY15

NAVY BASE

0.7

0.6

0.1

0.0

0.6

Marine Corps Ground Equip

0.4

1.0

4.5

1.5

1.5

0.7

0.8
0.4

Aircraft Depot Maint/Logistics


($B)
2.0

1.2

FY15

9.0

3.0

6.5

0.0
FY15

6.0

0.9

($B)
1.6

OCO

FY16

FY17

MC BASE

OCO

13

Shipbuilding Procurement
Ohio Replacement Program
CVN-21
SSN-774
DDG 51
LCS/FF
LHA(R)
LPD 17
LX(R)
T-ATS
Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) (formerly JHSV)
Expeditionary Mobile Base (ESB) (formerly MLP AFSB)
T-AO(X)
New Construction Total QTY
LCAC SLEP
Ship to Shore Connector
LCU 1700
Moored Training Ships
CVN RCOH
Other Construction Total QTY

FY16
0
0
2
2
3
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
12
4
4
1
0
1
10

FY17
AP
0
2
2
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
2
0
1
0
3

FY18
AP
1
2
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
8
0
6
1
0
0
7

FY19
AP
0
2
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
7
0
10
2
0
0
12

FY20
AP
0
2
2
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
8
0
12
4
0
1
17

FY21
1
0
1
2
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
8
0
12
4
0
0
16

FYDP
1
1
9
10
7
1
0
1
4
0
0
4
38
0
42
11
1
1
55

22

10

15

19

25

24

93

Total Shipbuilding QTY


FY16 enacted includes Congressional adds for T-ATS, JHSV (EPF), MLP AFSB (ESB), LCU 1700 and Congressional
reduction of one Ship to Shore Connector.

CVN 78

ESB 3

SSN 785

DDG 107

Black Sea

LHA 6

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15

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Aircraft Procurement
F-35C (CV JSF)

E-2D Hawkeye

Fixed Wing
F-35C (CV)
F-35B (STOVL)
EA-18G**
FA-18E/F***
E-2D AHE
P-8A (MMA)**
CA-40A
KC-130J
Rotary Wing
CH-53K (HLR)
MV-22B*
MH-60R
AH-1Z/UH-1Y
VH-92A
UAV
MQ-4 Triton
MQ-8C Firescout
RQ-21A Blackjack***
TOTAL

MQ-8C Firescout

FY16

FY17

FY18

FY19

FY20

FY21

FYDP

6
15
10
5
5
17
1
2

4
16
0
2
6
11
0
2

6
20
0
14
5
6
0
2

12
20
0
0
3
13
0
2

18
20
0
0
4
0
0
2

24
21
0
0
5
0
0
2

64
97
0
16
23
30
0
10

0
19
29
29
0

2
16
0
24
0

4
6
0
27
0

7
6
0
27
6

13
6
0
0
6

14
14
0
0
5

40
48
0
78
17

4
5
6

2
1
8

3
2
4

3
2
5

5
2
5

6
2
3

19
9
25

153

94

99

106

81

96

476

*FY 2018-2021 includes 6 V-22 per year for the Navy.


**FY 2016 reflects A-12 settlement for 3 EA-18G and plan to procure 1 additional P-8A (MMA).
***FY 2017 includes 2 F/A-18 and 4 RQ-21 requested in the OCO request.

MV-22B Osprey

CH-53K King Stallion

P-8A Poseidon

AH-1Z

15
16

15

Weapons Procurement
MK-54

SM-6

FY16

FY17

FY18

FY19

FY20

FY21

FYDP

AIM-9X

227

152

150

153

153

150

758

AMRAAM

167

163

247

260

252

248

1,170

AARGM

155

253

336

322

183

197

1,291

LRASM

10

25

25

60

JAGM

96

104

110

110

221

641

HELLFIRE*

100

100

SDB II

90

750

750

750

2,340

TACTOM

149

100

100

SM6

113

125

125

125

125

125

625

RAM

90

90

90

90

90

90

450

ESSM

30

75

28

52

46

56

257

MK 48 HWT

11

15

24

33

40

123

MK 48 HWT MODS

81

73

64

50

43

52

282

MK 54 LWT MODS

140

144

167

174

170

130

785

SOPGM

27

24

24

24

24

24

120

LCS SSMM
0
* OCO funding for FY 2017.

24

110

110

110

110

464

LRASM

Aircraft Weapons

TACTOM

Ship Weapons

AIM-9X

ESSM

Tomahawk Maritime Strike

16
17

16

Numbers may not add due to rounding

Additional Investment

Billions of Dollars

7.00
6.00
5.00

$6.5B

$6.5B

1.9

1.9

2.4

2.1

1.9

2.3

2.5

FY15

FY16

FY17

$6.4B
2.3

4.00
3.00

2.2

2.00
1.00
0.00

OPN

Ships Support
Equipment

SEWIP
Key OPN Capability Enhancements

Communications
and Electronics
Equipment

CYBER and the EM Spectrum


Ship Capabilities

Aviation,
Ordnance &
Other Support
Equipment

Submarine & Underwater Capabilities

Billions of Dollars

2.0
1.5
1.0

0.4
0.5

0.6

0.5
0.7

$1.5B
0.7

0.8

0.0

PMC

Billions of Dollars

$1.0B

$1.2B

FY15

FY16

Weapons,
Vehicles &
Other

G/ATOR

Key PMC Capability Enhancements


Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV)

Communicati
ons and
Electronics
Equipment

Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar


(G/ATOR)
Common Aviation Command and
Control System (CAC2S)

FY17

1.0
0.8

0.6
0.4
0.2
0.0

$0.8B

0.6

$0.8B
0.6

$0.7B
0.5

General Purpose Bombs


Navy
USMC

0.2

0.2

0.2

FY15

FY16

FY17

PANMC

Key PANMC Capability Enhancements


General Purpose Bombs
Air Expendable Countermeasures
Active Jammers, IR Decoys

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18

17

R&D Investment
Virginia Payload Module
20.0

Billions of Dollars

18.0
16.0

$18.1B

Major Systems ($M)

FY16

FY17

1,203

1,391

1,091

Virginia Class SSN

189

317

209

CVN 78

236

225

223

57

71

87

Joint Strike Fighter (F-35)

995

1,085

1,198

CH-53K

538

592

405

357

507

338

MQ-4C Triton

449

357

293

UCLASS

382

435

89

MQ-8

43

53

27

XL/LD Unmanned Undersea Veh

11

12

146

101

212

159

91

66

84

55

245

231

328

55

88

Shipbuilding

$17.4B

Ohio Replacement Program

$16.1B

Surface Ship Torpedo Defense

Aviation

14.0
12.0
10.0

12.7

14.9

14.4

Executive Helo Development

MQ-4C Triton

8.0

4.0

0.0

Unmanned

CBARS (RAQ-25)

6.0

2.0

FY15

1.3

0.9

2.1

2.3

FY15
S&T

FY16
Management

USMC

0.9

Amphibious Combat Vehicle

2.1

G/ATOR

FY17
Development

Other

ACV

Rapid Prototyping
Energy
Cyber Resiliency

18
19
Numbers may not add due to rounding

18

Shore Readiness
Facilities Support
($B)

Navy 70%
of facility sustainment model

8.0
7.0
6.0
5.0

$6.2B
1.7

$6.9B
0.1

2.3

0.1

$6.2B
1.7

4.0

OCO
FSRM

3.0
2.0

0.2

4.4

4.5

4.3

BOS

1.0

Facilities Support

0.0
FY15

FY16

FY17
($B)
3.5
3.0

2.5

USMC 74%
of facility sustainment model

$2.9B

$2.9B

0.2

0.2

0.7

0.8

2.0

$2.9B
0.7
OCO
FSRM

1.5
1.0

2.0

1.9

FY15

FY16

2.2

BOS

0.5
0.0
FY17

19
20

19

Military Construction & Family Housing


2,000

$1.7B

1,800
1,600
1,400
1,000
800

$1.1B

200

$1.1B
60

390

426

600
400

754

Joint Region Marianas, Guam

986

749

0
FY 2015
Navy

FY 2016
Marine Corps

Parris Island Reconditioning Center

640
450

FY 2017

400

OCO

350
FY17 MILCON Projects
Major Categories
$ in Millions # of Projects
New Platform/Mission Support
357
9
COCOM Support
176
6*
Energy
85
4
Ground Forces
73
1
Guam
62
1
Naval Shipyards
58
3*
Quality of Life
48
2
Training
39
2
Reserves
35
4
Environmental
13
1
Planning and Design
92
N/A
Unspecified Minor Construction
30
N/A
OCO
60
3**
*Includes Energy project
**Includes European Reassurance Initiative (ERI)

Millions of Dollars

Millions of Dollars

1,200

$361M

$370M

16

17

344

353

FY 2015

FY 2016

$395M
94

300
250
200
150

301

100
50
0
FHOPS

FHCON

FY 2017
20
21

20

Where it Matters, When it Matters

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For more Information


Fully searchable justification material available at:
http://www.secnav.navy.mil/fmc/fmb/Pages/Fiscal-Year-2017.aspx

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