Low-Key Budget Will Punt Issues To Next Admin, Think Tank Says

Credit: Pentagon: David B. Gleason
The fiscal 2017 defense budget to be released on Feb. 9 will contain few surprises, and is unlikely to address a looming acquisition “bow wave” dominated by Air Force aircraft programs, according to analysts at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). At a Jan. 27 briefing, Todd...

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