The U.S. Navy is alerting Congress that reductions to the fiscal 2020 budget could delay the deployment of the MQ-25 unmanned carrier refueling tanker by 17 months and delivery of an aircraft carrier by one year, making things tough on Boeing and Huntington Ingalls Industries, Aerospace DAILY has learned. The House Appropriations Committee’s mark of the fiscal 2020 defense appropriations bill cuts $80 million from the Boeing MQ-25 Stingray, citing excess to need. The Navy argues this ...

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