The U.S. Defense Department has been using money originally targeted for shutdown costs of the F-22 Raptor line, to fund maintenance for the troubled fleet of F-15 Eagles, Pentagon officials said in early February Vice Adm. Steve Stanley, the Pentagon's director of force structure, resources and assessment, and Defense Department Comptroller Tina Jonas said one of the reasons for the absence of F-22 shutdown money in the Fiscal 2009 defense budget was that some of it had been shifted to ...
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