Analysis also shows schools for the children of U.S. military personnel at home and abroad would be among the most impacted projects.
The Defense Department’s independent watchdog is investigating whether the acting defense secretary took actions to promote his former employer and disparage its competitors.
They include new dining halls, schools and fire stations on bases, as well as firing ranges, aircraft hangars and flight simulation facilities.
Acting defense secretary Patrick Shanahan’s testimony before Senate shows how political disputes could jeopardize plans to overhaul military for competition with China and Russia.
Pentagon memo orders policy to come into effect across the armed forces starting April 12.
Currently prohibited by the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, the missiles will no longer be banned once U.S. withdrawal from the pact is complete this summer.
Disputes over wall funding and budget caps threaten to overshadow a budget request designed to demonstrate a military shift toward great-power competition.
The administration more than doubled its requested money for the Overseas Contingency Operations account, which is excluded from defense budget caps.
Trump administration cites concern about migrants being bombed while crossing the Barry M. Goldwater Bombing Range, says additional barrier is needed.
Leaders at the Pentagon have long cited North Korea's nuclear ambitions as one of the foremost threats to the United States.