Army Looking For More Than $14 Billion In 'Legacy Force' Cuts

By Dan Dupont / June 21, 2002 at 5:00 AM
Army budget planners are considering more than $14 billion in cuts to "legacy" programs as they search for ways to fund Objective Force requirements, according to military and industry sources. The service has embarked on its search for programs to cut as it assembles its fiscal year 2004-2009 spending plan, due to be completed and submitted to the Office of the Secretary of Defense this summer. According to an Army source, the service has already informed OSD officials that it...

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