Afghan AF Disarray Threatens Senate Funding OK

Credit: Mike Vines/AW&ST
The U.S. Air Force is planning to remain in Afghanistan until 2017 in an advisory role, but Congress's confidence in—and potential funding for—the young air force there is wavering. The drastic funding cuts proposed by Senate appropriators—eliminating a second batch of 20 Super Tucanos and slicing...

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