The four-star admiral in charge of U.S. Pacific Command says that assuming Asia-Pacific requirements are prioritized in current and future Pentagon budgets, he expects the command will be able to fulfill its duties. Navy Adm. Samuel Locklear’s testimony April 9 to the Senate Armed Services Committee came a day before the Obama administration releases its long-awaited 2014 budget requests for the fiscal year starting Oct. 1; it also followed numerous speeches by Pentagon leaders who have ...
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