Top Army programmer warns of CR impacts on GMLRS, Hellfire stockpiles

By Courtney McBride / February 5, 2018 at 10:34 AM
Munitions are the Army priority most affected by the lack of a fiscal year 2018 appropriation for defense, according to the service's deputy chief of staff (G-8). The current continuing resolution, which expires Feb. 8, affects "18 new starts, valued at about $830 million, [and] 10 production-rate increases, valued at about $1.1 billion," Lt. Gen. Mike Murray told Inside the Army in a Jan. 29 interview. "If we go to a six-month [CR], it just compounds: an additional seven new...

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