The U.S. Coast Guard is continuing to fund acquisition and improvement programs for its aircraft and ships despite an overall cut in its proposed fiscal 2015 spending plan. The fiscal 2015 plan of about $9.8 billion is about $418 million, or 4.1%, less than the enacted fiscal 2014 spending plan of about $10.2 billion. The fiscal 2015 spending plan includes about $68 million for the following air asset recapitalization or enhancement programs: spare parts required to maintain the ...
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