OSD wants $1B from military departments to cover border security and counter small drones

By Tony Bertuca / April 22, 2022 at 11:33 AM
The military services have been notified by the Pentagon comptroller that they must submit plans to reprogram $600 million in fiscal year 2022 funds to support the Department of Homeland Security's southwest border security mission, as well as another $480 million to cover U.S. Central Command's need to counter small unmanned aerial systems. The Army, Navy and Air Force are all required to submit their FY-22 reprogramming plans by May 13 for potential inclusion in the Defense Department’s annual omnibus...

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