Should the Pentagon buy new F-35 fighters, B-21 bombers and light-attack aircraft—or repair the ones that are aging? Both, a Washington think tank advises. Starting in fiscal 2018, Congress should lift caps on spending and provide $679 billion to the Pentagon to begin rebuilding the U.S. military, says a report by Mackenzie Eaglen, resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.  Each year over the next five years, the Pentagon should receive $134 billion above the spending ...

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