Army seeks $873M in cuts to Abrams procurement for the next five years

By Nickolai Sukharev / April 2, 2024 at 11:05 AM
The Army wants to cut $873 million from its Abrams program over the next five fiscal years, pulling the money and 45 tanks from its new spending plan, according to the first public accounting of a decision last fall to scrape a planned modernization project in favor of a new engineering upgrade. In its fiscal year 2024 five-year procurement plan, the Army planned to buy 185 Abrams main battle tanks for approximately $4.4 billion. For FY-25, those numbers have now...

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