Signs of spring abound in the U.S. The crack of a baseball bat on opening day resounds, and for defense wonks, the Pentagon comptroller’s “Green Book” issues forth. The National Defense Budget Estimates for fiscal 2017—the Green Book, so called because of its cover—is a 300-page volume of dense tables that express to the nearest millionth dollar every obligation, authority and outlay associated with the U.S. defense budget and program the administration ...


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