News
In the News

Sen. John McCain pushes Pentagon spending changes

Bill Theobald

January 22, 2016

One study often cited by reform advocates, by the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, found that between 2001 and 2011 the Defense Department spent $46 billion on at least a dozen programs that never became operational. This included $3.7 billion for a new presidential helicopter and $18.1 billion on the Army’s future combat systems.

Read the full story in USAToday

Read Full Article

Read the full article at USAToday.