Senate language could take away Army's control of JCA

Tiron, Roxana
May 2007
Hill;5/30/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 64, p12
The article reports on the language of the Senate to take away Army's control of Joint Cargo Aircraft (JCA) program in the U.S. The JCA program was intended to replace the C-23 Sherpa and C-12 Huron aircraft. The language accompanies a shift of $157 million from the Army's budget line in the Senate's version of the 2008 defense authorization bill.


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