Trump Wants Big Spending On U.S. Army Helicopters, Missiles

Credit: The Pentagon seeks 20 additional new-build Boeing AH-64E Apache gunships, bringing the total for fiscal 2017 to 68 new and remanufactured models: U.S. Army
The Trump administration’s fiscal 2017 supplemental budget, known in Washington as the “hard-power” skinny budget, would add billions of dollars to the U.S. Army’s aircraft and missile procurement accounts, providing new money for helicopters, UAVs, missiles and interceptors. The budget amendment...

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