When will the war money stop flowing?
At least one more iteration of a budget shell game must play out before the Pentagon and industry can feel good about how Congress will fund military investments over the next five fiscal years. The telltale event will be how Capitol Hill receives the Pentagon's $26 billion wish list, which comes on top of its base budget request for 2015. The list includes attack helicopters and two more Joint Strike Fighters, top Defense Department officials said last week in rolling out the request ...
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