The release of the fiscal 2020 Pentagon budget request as well as detailed program-by-program budget justification documents and Office of Management and Budget projections through fiscal 2028 highlighted some of the shifts made to reset competition with other “great powers.” Callouts included stepped up funding for space, cyber and hypersonic weapons. Pronouncements were more muted on weapons systems cuts, including to tactical wheeled vehicles, the F-35 program and a ...

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