The U.S. Army’s Future Combat Systems (FCS), a projected shortfall in Navy and Air Force tactical aircraft and missile defense are among the myriad issues the House Armed Services Committee plans to monitor over the next two years. In its organizational meeting Jan. 14 for the 111th Congress, the Armed Services Committee (HASC) approved a 38-page oversight plan that lists scores of areas it plans to keep an eye on for the two-year term. On FCS, longstanding concerns about the ...
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