The VA would get another multibillion-dollar increase in 2019 under President Trump's new budget proposal.
The Army's proposed 2019 budget would add 4K soldiers to the active force and purchase large quantities of missiles.
A new budget request features an increase in big guns and artillery rockets as well as a plus-up of some 1,100 Marines.
The service is requesting $194.1 billion, including war funding -- a 14 percent increase from the previous request.
The Navy's budget is slated to grow by an astounding $12.6 billion, an increase of seven percent from last year.
The increase would be the largest in almost a decade.
The next military budget will stress lethality over the size of the force.
DoD budgets have been stretched by rising personnel costs, more expensive technology and two wars.
On Twitter, the president touted the bill's billions in additional military spending.
The House vote put to bed a five-and-a-half hour federal freeze that relatively few would notice.