Here are some highlights:
F-35 Joint Strike Fighters
The budget sets aside $10.7 billion to buy 77 of the fifth-generation fighters.
Joint Direct Attack Munitions
The budget request asks for $1.2 billion to procure 43,594 JDAMs.
Joint Light Tactical Vehicles
DoD wants to buy 5,113 JLTVs, estimated to cost $2 billion.
About $3 billion would be used on 15 of the new tankers, meant to replace the aging KC-135 Stratotanker.
DoD wants to buy 24 F/A-18s, estimated to cost $2 billion.
VH-92 Presidential Helicopters
The budget request includes $900 million to buy six new presidential helicopters.
Virginia Class submarines
The Navy wants two of these submarines, which will cost $7.4 billion.
DDG-51 Arleigh Burke Class Destroyers
The request includes $6 billion for three of these destroyers.
B-21 Raider Long Range Strike Bomber
About $2.3 billion is set aside for the long-awaited B-21, which would be part of the nuclear triad.
In addition to the weapons systems above, other highlighted requests include:
- 60 AH-64E attack helicopters, worth $1.3 billion.
- 10 P-8A aircraft at $2.2 billion.
- 8 CH-53K King Stallion helicopters worth $1.6 billion.
- 1 Littoral Combat Ship worth $1.3 billion.
- Continued development funding for the CVN-78 Class Aircraft Carrier, worth $1.8 billion.
- 2 Fleet Replenishment Oilers (T-AO) priced at $1.1 billion.
- 1 Expeditionary Sea Base for $700 million.
- 5,113 Joint Light Tactical Vehicles for $2.0 billion.
- M-1 Abrams tank modifications costing $2.7 billion.
- 30 Amphibious Combat Vehicles for $300 million.
- 197 Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicles for $800 million.
- Columbia Class Submarine worth $3.7 billion.
- Long-Range Stand-Off Missile for $600 million.
- Ground Based Strategic Deterrent for $300 million.