US Army leaders take budget cut warnings to Capitol Hill

by Ashley Roque

US Army leaders are telling lawmakers that if the service incurs a deep funding cut in 2022 over this year’s USD176.6 billion spending level, then there will be additional cuts to legacy weapons programmes, soldiers would conduct fewer missions, and readiness levels could dip.

The Pentagon has not yet submitted its fiscal year (FY) 2022 budget request to Congress but Janes

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US Army leaders are telling lawmakers that if the service incurs a deep funding cut in 2022 over thi...

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