Congress approves $3.8B loan to Poland for F-16 purchase

The House and Senate late Oct. 10 approved a Bush Administration proposal to lend Poland $3.8 billion for the purchase of 48 Lockheed Martin F-16s. The loan provision was passed as part of a temporary spending measure, or continuing resolution, that is needed to keep the federal government running...

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