Panel Chair Concerned About F-35, GCV, Navy Drones

Rutherford, Emelie
April 2013
Defense Daily;4/16/2013, Vol. 258 Issue 13, p6
Market Research Report
The article focuses on the move of U.S. Representative Michael Turner, the chairman of the House Armed Services Tactical Air and Land Forces subcommittee, to express his concerns regarding the Pentagon's proposals. It notes that the Pentagon is proposing changes to a new army vehicle efforts and plans for purchasing Navy drones. The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program is mentioned.


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