Three House committee chairmen with jurisdiction over the Defense Airborne Reconnaissance Office (DARO) have complained to a senior Pentagon official about what they say is the Defense Dept.'s decision to seek a below-the-threshold $4 million reprogramming increase for DARO despite Congress' decision to cut DARO funding and downsize its mission. In a letter sent Wednesday to Jacques Gansler, under secretary of defense for acquisition and technology, National Security Committee ...

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