Military Requests $20.7 Billion for Missile, Munition Buys

Ongoing operations in the Middle East by the U.S. and its allies are prompting spending hikes on a number of missile programs by the Pentagon, which plans to spend $20.7 billion on missiles and munitions in fiscal 2019. The main beneficiary is Boeing’s Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM), which is...

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