DOD draws $1.4B from special Ukraine fund to replenish U.S. stocks

By Tony Bertuca / May 5, 2022 at 4:56 PM
The Defense Department is internally shifting $1.4 billion from the Ukraine Replacement Transfer Fund to replenish Javelin anti-tank and Stinger anti-aircraft missiles that have been transferred to Ukraine from U.S. stocks to help push back a Russian invasion, according to a document from the Pentagon comptroller . The money, which comes from supplemental funding granted by Congress for fiscal year 2022, is split between the Army and Navy, with the Army receiving $809 million to procure replacement Javelin missiles and...

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