2020 defense budget ignites conflicts between supporting legacy weapon systems and new approaches like cyber
WASHINGTON – The battle between past and future is the hidden drama within the gargantuan $750 billion fiscal 2020 defense budget proposal. Nearly everyone favors high-tech weapons to combat great-power adversaries in the new millennium, in principle. But meanwhile, the military-industrial-congressional complex, as the late Sen. John McCain termed it, keeps pumping vast sums to sustain legacy weapons systems. Stars and Stripes reports.
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