Aircraft Win Big In FY19 Appropriations: Munitions, Space, Marines Hammered

Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. graphic from congressional data

WASHINGTON: The big news about the $674.4 billion defense appropriation that conferees agreed to yesterday is that, for the first time in nine years, it’s on time. That’s a big relief to defense officials and contractors used to limping along on restrictive Continuing Resolutions for the first months of the fiscal year until Congress finally

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