THE PENTAGON — While the U.S. Navy looks to cut other appropriation categories in its fiscal 2015 spending plan, the request includes a slight increase for research and development (R&D) activities. The Navy is seeking about $16.3 billion in its fiscal 2015 plan, compared with the $16 billion it requested in 2014. Still, the other appropriation categories all included requested cuts in fiscal 2015—the biggest being $38.4 billion for procurement—compared to the $43.5 billion ...
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