A key congressional subcommittee has rescinded its objection to the U.S. Army reprogramming $11 million in fiscal 2008 funds to pay for its share of Joint Heavy Lift (JHL) concept definition and risk reduction work. The House Armed Services Committee had earlier withdrawn its objection to the reprogramming (Aerospace DAILY, Aug. 27), and the House’s defense appropriations subcommittee had to reverse its action before the end of the fiscal year or the JHL work would be canceled. In a ...

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