U.S. Defense Bill Would Boost Pentagon’s Aviation, Missile Accounts

Credit: FLIR Systems
U.S. lawmakers have agreed on a fiscal 2018 defense authorization bill that would OK $692 billion in military spending, including funding for additional aircraft, ships and tanks as well as 28 more Ground-Based Interceptors (GBIs). The conference report finalized by the House and Senate armed...

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