The U.S. Army's fiscal year 2001 budget will emphasize recapitalization of old equipment rather than replacement of old systems with new ones, according to Maj. Gen. Clair Gill, the service's budget director. "The Army is on the road back [from the 1998 low point for modernization funding], but we are not there yet," he told reporters after an Association of the United States Army breakfast in Arlington, Va., yesterday. "The issue is the aging fleet," he said. "We are not buying ...

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