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Myers wants help paying for GPS.
DIVVY UP: Sooner or later, someone is going to have to help the U.S. Air Force pay for the Global Positioning System (GPS), says Gen. Richard Myers, en route from his post as commandeer in chief-space to the vice chair on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Currently the Air Force funds procurement, maintenance and upgrades on the navigation-satellite system, but Myers argues GPS has become not only a national commodity, but an international one.