The chiefs of staff of the military services have sent Congress their annual “unfunded requirements” lists, and for fiscal 2016, the Navy’s list is heavy on requests for new aircraft. The lists have become an annual rite of passage, in which lawmakers ask military leaders what items were excluded from the Pentagon’s half-trillion-dollar budget request. These requests then guide lawmakers in adding funding for certain projects as they create budget legislation for the ...

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