INDOPACOM wants $20B over the next six years to execute National Defense Strategy

By Mallory Shelbourne / April 2, 2020 at 8:48 PM
U.S. Indo-Pacific Command needs approximately $20 billion in the next six years to execute the Pentagon's National Defense Strategy, according to a document obtained by Inside Defense . An executive summary of a report sent to lawmakers breaks down what the combatant command requires to meet the Pentagon's call to shift to a period of great power competition with countries like Russia and China. The investment blueprint, titled "Regain the Advantage," would demand $1.6 billion for fiscal year 2021 and...

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