House appropriators would cut $108M from GBSD

By Sara Sirota  
May 20, 2019 at 12:10 PM
House appropriators are recommending cutting more than $100 million the Air Force requested in fiscal year 2020 to begin a major development phase of its intercontinental ballistic missile replacement program. In a draft report accompanying the FY-20 defense spending bill released by the House Appropriations Committee today, lawmakers said the engineering and manufacturing development funds requested for the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent are more than what is needed, but they do not provide further explanation. According to justification books the...

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