Continuing resolutions would create delays for Army hypersonics, new troop carrier and more

By Evan Ochsner / December 9, 2022 at 1:09 PM
An extended continuing resolution would leave a wide range of Army priorities ranging from hypersonics to radios vulnerable to delays, the service said. The current CR, which expires Dec. 16, locks DOD’s budget at previous-year levels and prohibits new spending on weapon systems and production increases. This prevents the Army and the other services from starting new programs or increasing spending to ramp up production. “The CR disrupts major exercises and training events, affects readiness and maintenance, curtails hiring and...

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