President Obama’s budget request for the Pentagon cuts America’s military budget in absolute terms for the first time in more than a decade.

The cuts come from both war spending and the department’s base budget and include a reduction in armed forces and the cancelation of several weapons programs.

The 2013 total defense budget is $614 billion, which includes $525 billion for the base budget and $88 billion in overseas contingency operations (OCO) funding. Together, that’s a reduction of $32 billion from the 2012 budget: $5 billion from the base and $27 billion from war spending with the end of the Iraq war and drawdown in Afghanistan.