From the executive summary: "The $52.3 billion Unified Medical Program (UMP) presented in the FY 2022 President’s Budget, including estimated outlays from the Medicare-Eligible Retiree Health Care Fund (MERHCF), is 1.3 percent higher than the $51.7 billion in expenditures in FY 2021 and is 7 percent of total FY 2022 estimated Department of Defense (DoD) outlays (ref. pages 43–44). In FY 2021, 9.6 million beneficiaries were eligible for DoD medical care. Of those, about 4.7 million (49 percent) were enrolled in TRICARE Prime (including TRICARE Young Adult [TYA] Prime and Uniformed Services Family Health Plan [USFHP]) (ref. pages 33–34)."