Rebuilding Continues, But Procurement Still Lags

Hessman, James D.
March 2003
Sea Power;Mar2003, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p17
Reports on the increase of the U.S. defense budget for year 2004. Commitment of the leadership to rebuild the military; Maintenance of the nation's armed forces; Provision of funding increases for the Department of Defense by the Congress. INSET: AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS.


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