The White House and the Pentagon may finally have an agreement on the Navy and Marine Corps’ VH-71 presidential helicopter replacement program, but Capitol Hill itself could increasingly become a stumbling block. “It would appear that the entire basis of the contract award has been nullified,” said Rep. Duncan Hunter (Calif.), the ranking Republican on the House Armed Services Committee. “I question whether the Navy and the contractor team can execute this funding, given the troubled ...

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