The House Armed Services Committee late Aug. 1 called for additional C-17 buys, endorsed the development of a boost-phase missile defense system with Israel, and rejected a Democratic proposal to shift $985 million from missile defense to other weapon systems. Besides those measures, all considered as proposed changes to the fiscal 2002 defense authorization bill, the committee approved several other aerospace-related amendments, including one that aims to shore up military space ...


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