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U.S. ANTARCTIC LOGISTICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIES $68,070,000

The FY 2003 Budget Request for U.S. Antarctic Logistical Support Activities is $68.07 million, which is unchanged from FY 2002.

(Millions of Dollars)

   

FY 2001
Actual

FY 2002
Current Plan

FY 2003
Request

Change

Amount

Percent

U.S. Antarctic Logistical Support

68.16

68.07

68.07

0.00

0.0%

Total, U.S. Antarctic Logistical Support Activities

$68.16

$68.07

$68.07

$0.00

0.0%

 

U.S. Antarctic Logistical Support is provided by U.S. Department of Defense components. The major elements are:

  • Military personnel of the 109th Airlift Wing (AW) of the New York Air National Guard.

  • 109th AW LC-130 flight activity and aircraft maintenance.

  • Transportation and training of personnel in connection with the U.S. Antarctic Program.

  • Support of the logistics facilities of the Air Force Detachment 13 in Christchurch, New Zealand and the 109th Airlift Wing in Scotia, New York.

  • Support for air traffic control, weather forecasting, and electronic equipment maintenance.

  • The charter of Air Mobility Command Airlift and of Military Sealift Command ships for the re-supply of McMurdo Station, as well as surface freight charges.

  • Fuel purchased from the Defense Logistics Agency.

  • Reimbursement for use of Department of Defense satellites for communications.
 
  Last Modified: Sep 17, 2004
 
   

 

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