Asia focus, R&D push Pentagon budget plan over cap

04/10/2013 | Defense News

The Defense Department wants $527 billion for its 2014 budget, a proposal propelled in part by an increase in research and development and procurement and a new focus in the Asia-Pacific region. The request tops the federal spending limit by $52 billion. The Pentagon says it's saving money by cutting some programs and delaying procurement of some weapons and vehicles.

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