Even if Congress manages to pass the fiscal 2011 budget this week, U.S. military leaders and analysts say the continuing resolutions that have kept the Department of Defense afloat for much of the past year have already done serious and possibly permanent damage to their modernization programs. “Even at this point if we get a full [fiscal] 11 appropriations bill, the [department] will still spend the next half of the fiscal year trying to clean up the mess that’s already been created in ...
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