Army looks to reprogram $14.8 million for space, missile defense

By Courtney McBride / October 2, 2017 at 12:00 PM
The Army is asking Congress for permission to shift a share of its fiscal year 2017 funding to address training needs and enhance space and missile defense capabilities. In a reprogramming request signed by Defense Department Comptroller David Norquist July 26 and obtained by Inside Defense , the Army seeks to reprogram $14.8 million in FY-17 base budget funds to bolster missile defense capabilities in Korea and to enhance space training and equipment. The service would use $10.2 million of...

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