Pentagon Weapon Spending Up, But F-35 Costs Are Down

Credit: F-35C: USN
Pentagon spending on major acquisition programs increased 10% in 2017, driven primarily by an increase in weapons purchases planned to counter growing global threats. But although the cost to procure major weapon systems increased overall, the price tag of the Pentagon’s costliest program, the F-35...

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