U.S. President Donald Trump signed into law Friday the 2020 defense spending bill.

The 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) authorizes a top-line budget of $738 billion, which includes $635 billion for base Pentagon spending, $23.1 billion for Energy Department nuclear weapons programs, $71.5 billion for war operations and $5.3 billion for emergency disaster recovery for military bases.

The bill includes the building of 100 new F-35 jets, 155 Army helicopters, 165 Abrams tanks, two new Virginia-class submarines, among others.

It creates the U.S. military’s sixth branch, Space Force, and gives troops a 3.1% pay raise as well as

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