The Defense Department is urging Congress to reject proposed funding cuts for several major missile defense and military space programs, saying the reductions would cause significant delays for important new capabilities. In an appeal to the House-Senate conference committee that hopes to write the final version of the fiscal 2004 defense appropriations bill by the end of September, DOD said the Senate-passed cut of $210 million in the Missile Defense Agency's $301 million request for ...


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