The Pentagon Inspector General's (IG) office says it has found developmental and acquisition problems associated with the U.S. Army's Future Combat Systems (FCS) modernization program. "The XM25/XM29 and XM307/XM307G Programs had fundamental internal control weaknesses in several areas," the IG says in a recent report. "Specifically, the then-Program Executive Officer Soldier did not require the development and implementation of a common fuse technology for the high-explosive, ...

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