The House Appropriations defense subcommittee’s version of the defense appropriations bill slashes $2.3 billion from research and development accounts compared to what President Obama had requested and $524 million from the U.S. Army’s troubled Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System (Emarss). The subcommittee is scheduled to debate and vote on the Republicans’ draft of the bill Wednesday. The Emarss cut, called “program delay savings” by the committee, is just ...

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