The U.S. Army’s military deputy for budget says that despite economic pressures related to the global recession and the Obama administration’s shifting of spending priorities, he’s confident that Defense Secretary Robert Gates will restore modernization funding starting next year. Speaking at an Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA) breakfast in Arlington, Va., this morning, Lt. Gen. Edgar E. Stanton said that once the Army comes back to Gates with new modernization priorities, funding ...
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