Creates a formula for determining the cost effectiveness of a solar energy system for use in new military construction.
Expands the authority to appropriate funds for the advance planning of public works not otherwise authorized by law to include construction management of specified projects funded by foreign governments for which U.S. forces are the primary user.
Authorizes the Secretary of Defense to undertake military construction necessary to support the required employment of the armed forces during a declaration of war or a national emergency.
Authorizes the Secretary of Defense to provide special impact assistance to States and local governments and authorities located near the M-X missile system or the east coast Trident base.
Sets forth the procedures for implementing such assistance, including reliance upon existing Federal programs where possible.
Directs the Secretary to report to the appropriate committees of Congress on the amounts expended under this program.
Directs the Secretary of the Army to maintain a district office of the Army Corps of Engineers within 25 miles of each major U.S. defense part.
Prohibits the expenditure of funds on a military construction project in a foreign country unless the materials to be used are produced, manufactured, or refined in the United States. Exempts:
(1) contracts for less than a specified amount;
(2) construction in countries with which the United States has a foreign agreement which would be violated by such restriction; and
(3) limited use of other materials where necessary for the timely construction of a project.
Increases the authorization ceilings for approval of minor construction projects.
Requires the appropriate committees of Congress to be notified within 15 rather than 30 days before funds are obligated for projects costing more than a specified amount.
Permits the Secretary of each military department to develop any geothermal energy resource within lands under the Secretary's jurisdiction if to do so would be in the public interest.
Amends the Military Construction Authorization Act, 1966 to repeal the requirement of prior congressional approval before the Air Force can contract with the Aerospace Corporation for the construction of any facility or the acquisition of real property.
Entitles the State in which a military installation is located to 25 percent of the revenue received from the sale of timber and timber products from such installation, after certain costs of production are deducted.
Permits the use of Public Health Service hospitals transferred to a public or nonprofit private entity by the Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services (CHAMPUS) for at least three years after the transfer.
States that the conveyance of lands located in the vicinity of Purgatory River Canyon and Pinon Canyon, Colorado, conveyed to the United States for expansion of the Fort Carson military installation, shall be treated as an involuntary conversion for tax purposes.
Includes such lands within the definition of entitlement lands owned by the United States for the purpose of making payments to local governments.
Directs the Secretary of the Army to adhere to the environmental mitigation measures contained in the final environmental impact statement concerning such installation.
Authorizes the Administrator of General Services to dispose of the Federal property formerly constituting the Naval Training Center at Bainbridge, Cecil County, Maryland. Authorizes the Secretary of the Army to exchange with Long Beach, California, specified lands adjoining the Army Reserve Training Center, Long Beach, California for other specified lands.
Authorizes the Secretary of Defense to exchange with the city of South Charleston, West Virginia, specified lands previously comprising the Reserve Centers of Army, Navy, and Marine Corps for other specified lands.
Requires the city to construct facilities on such land suitable for use as a United States Armed Forces Reserve Center. Authorizes the Secretary of the Navy to convey to San Antonio, Texas, the land comprising the United States Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center after a replacement facility has been made available.
Requires the city to pay the fair market value for such land and improvements and to pay all costs associated with the move.