Army Ready To Protect Key Vehicle Programs From Budget Cuts, Secretary Says

By Sebastian Sprenger / February 25, 2015 at 12:57 PM
The Army will attempt to shield two vehicle programs from budget cuts that could be triggered in fiscal year 2016 unless Congress acts, according to service Secretary John McHugh. The Joint Light Tactical Vehicle and the Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle are considered so important for the Army that efforts would be made to protect them even if cuts under a process known as sequestration come due, McHugh told a group of reporters Feb. 25 in Washington. "Obviously, there is probably as...

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