April 2013
Defense Daily;4/19/2013, Vol. 258 Issue 16, p5
Market Research Report
The article offers news briefs related to defense industry in the U.S. It reports the visit of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to the Middle East to address arms deals with Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. It provides information on the fiscal year 2014 budget hearings to be hosted by the House Armed Services Committee (HASC) Tactical Air and Land Forces subcommittee. It relates the arrival of the first Littoral Combat Ship in Singapore on its first major overseas stationing.


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