The Army today made public its list of 41 programs canceled and 39 reduced, as well as 12 restored, over the fiscal year 2021 future years defense program.
The realignments total $13.5 billion, which the service wants to spend on modernization priorities.
Among the proposed cancellations is the Mobile Medium Range Missile, a new-start in FY-20 that was planned to give the service a "next-generation medium-range strike missile capability."
The service also wants to siphon money from the Bradley modification program and the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle; the Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System, a guided rocket program; system life extension programs for the Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System and the Army Tactical Missile System; and the High Mobility Engineer Excavator.
The Army is proposing to restore money to several smaller programs, for a total of $194.9 million, including bursting munitions, communications security and the Infantry Squad Vehicle.