A $30 billion, five-year shift in funding within the next U.S. Air Force spending plan will be invested in a cloud-based communications architecture, offensive and defensive space capabilities, additional and more capable combat aircraft and securing the logistics system against attacks, Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein says. By outlining the broad spending areas, Goldfein offered the first glimpse of the Air Force’s decision-making for the next five-year defense program (FYDP) more ...

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