The Pentagon consciously decided to funnel more money into research and development rather than grow the military in the short term in the 2020 budget request, acting Deputy Defense Secretary David Norquist said May 30 at the Center for a New American Security.
Being able to meet challenges across domains is more important than manpower growth, Norquist said, while backing the Air Force’s plans to build up to 386 squadrons and a 355-ship Navy. READ MORE...
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