DOD seeks to reprogram $2.8 billion, boost new 'hit-to-kill' artillery and light-attack aircraft

By Jason Sherman  
July 8, 2019 at 1:54 PM
The Pentagon is seeking congressional permission to shift $2.8 billion between budget accounts as part of an annual reallocation of funds the U.S. military has in hand, a move that seeks to launch a new hit-to-kill Army artillery round, kick start the Air Force's O/A-X light-attack aircraft program and inject additional funds into a project to develop a road-mobile hypersonic strike weapon. On June 25, acting Pentagon Comptroller Elaine McCusker submitted a 62-page omnibus reprogramming request to Congress seeking permission...

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