U.S. Army Protects Modernization Priorities In Budget Request

Acting Army Secretary John Whitley said there would be no budget reductions across 35 modernization priorities in fiscal 2022.
Credit: Lisa Ferdinando / U.S. Department of Defense
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado—The U.S. Army protected all 35 of the service’s major modernization priorities in the fiscal 2022 budget request that will be sent to Congress later this month, acting Army Secretary John Whitley told Aerospace DAILY in an interview. But Whitley also confirmed widespread...

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