The U.S. Army made major cuts in its 2014 outyear spending plan, zeroing funding for 11 lines in its “Other Procurement” account, saving $1.6 billion. The U.S. Navy has made a similar sweep through its “Other” account, which includes many comparatively small-dollar items. (See charts pp. 6-11.) Looking at the outyear spending plans cut by 50% or more, the 2014 budget plan estimates spending at $539 million, down from the $3.3 billion estimated in the 2013 plan. Many of the lines ...
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