New U.S. military aircraft programs are again under siege, this time from within the Pentagon. The Army and Marine Corps have signaled their intention to push for more of the defense budget to pay for increasing their total manpower strength by 92,000 additional troops and replacing equipment used up by combat in Iraq and Afghanistan. Another aspect of the battle for dollars involves congressional decisions about how much supplemental money they will allow the military to use for ...


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