Defense Policy Bill Sets $10.7B For Equipment, Upgrades

Credit: F-35: USAF
A draft of the fiscal 2017 defense authorization bill would allow the Pentagon to spend a whopping $10.7 billion to buy new equipment and upgrades inside its war accounts. That includes $1.5 billion worth of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters for the Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps plus another $1.4...

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