Pentagon would get $594B under Senate panel measure

07/31/2013 | Defense News

The Senate Appropriations defense subcommittee approved a 2014 budget for the Pentagon that lowers the Overseas Contingency Operations funding from White House-recommended levels and reins in spending on the F-35 joint strike fighter jet. The $594 billion spending bill increases funding to destroyer and submarine programs above the Navy's request and provides $77.8 billion for war funding.

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