The U.S. Air Force’s B-52 and C-32A stand among the winners in current Pentagon spending plans, compared to estimates one budget year ago. Pentagon planners have had to set priorities, shifting money previously planned to pay for program needs and plans deemed more important as sequestration and other pressures squeeze budgets. The Aviation Week Intelligence Network analyzed the spending plans for the Air Force’s aircraft procurement account, as documented in the budget request ...
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