What to Expect The Pentagon is expected to release its defense budget May 23, one anticipated to provide $603 billion and focus on improving military readiness. Last year, the Defense Department received $516.1 billion from Congress, plus $76.6 billion in additional money to fight wars. Those counting on even more robust increases should look ahead to the fiscal 2019 budget, which will be informed by the Trump administration’s new National Military Strategy, due in August. When it ...

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