Army G-8 eyes 'more aggressive' equipping strategy, if budget allows

By Courtney McBride / March 1, 2017 at 2:47 PM
As the Defense Department awaits its first budget under the Trump administration, the Army’s top programmer is crafting a new equipping strategy for the service that could make use of increased modernization funding. Lt. Gen. Mike Murray, the deputy chief of staff (G-8), told Inside Defense in a Feb. 23 interview the work will be informed by fiscal year 2018 funding numbers from the White House Office of Management and Budget. The existing plan is "very resource-constrained, [with] very...

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