Cost overruns on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and other projects, as well as continued criticism about inadequate levels of procurement spending, are expected to be major issues during the up-coming military budget debate in the U.S. Congress. Although the White House is slated to submit to Congress its Fiscal 2005 defense budget only next week, congressional representatives have already determined areas of concern. While defense spending has increased in recent years, Senate Armed ...


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